Adam Hope is a music educator, performer and conductor. He holds posts with a number of leading organisations, including; Guest Conductor and Musicianship Lead for the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, and choral conductor and tutor of singing, keyboard skills and conducting at the Junior Royal Academy of Music. He has designed Musicianship programmes for the National Youth Choirs and the ‘Stay at Home Choir’, delivered Musicianship training to professional musicians and is in demand throughout the UK for musicianship and choral workshops.
Adam is passionate about music education in all its forms, and this passion has provided a platform to work in a number of exciting roles with a wide range of ages, including Head of Choral Music at St. John’s Beaumont in Old Windsor, Head of Choral Development at Peterborough Cathedral, Lecturer at Kingston University, and Conductor of the Chamber Choir and Chamber Orchestra at Warwick University. He currently teaches A-level music, piano, organ and music theory both privately and in a number of schools, and is a Trustee for Dalcroze UK.
In addition to his other work, Adam enjoys regular engagements as an organist and pianist, performing as a collaborative artist and solo performer. Adam studied at Kingston University where he graduated with a first-class Bachelor of Music degree with honours, receiving the Music Prize for Academic Excellence, and the Composition Prize. In 2014 he completed an MA by Research on an Academic Scholarship, exploring the music of the French composer Olivier Messiaen.