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Harvey Cullis is quickly developing a reputation as one of those most brilliant young singers of his generation. Initial studies with Yvette Cummings led Harvey to Tom Marandola at the Purcell School for Young Musicians. He continues his studies at the Royal Academy of Music with Raymond Connell and Marcus van der Akker. During the last year, he made his debut at the Wigmore Hall as well as the Deal Festival. Harvey looks forward very much to sharing some of his favourite repertoire at Sands Film Music Room with his regular collaborative partner, Jack Gonzalez-Harding on 24th November.

Praised for his “brilliant infectious enthusiasm” (The Spectator), Jack Gonzalez-Harding is enjoying the beginning of an international career as an organist, conductor and harpsichordist. He holds the post of Associate Organist at St Paul’s Pro Cathedral, Valetta and is the Artistic Director of the English Music Consort of Malta.  As a concertising musician, Jack has received invitations to perform at the Wigmore Hall, Southbank Centre and Royal Albert Hall. Recent and upcoming collaborators have included Nicholas Daniel, Roderick Williams, Fenella Humphreys, Mary Bevan for Bach’s B Minor Mass at St John’s Smith Square and the London Mozart Players with whom Jack recently made his conducting debut. Jack undertook organ studies as a junior practitioner at the Royal Academy of Music with Anne Marsden Thomas and Peter Holder, and harpsichord with David Gordon. He continues his harpsichord studies on a freelance basis with Pierre Hantaï in France

Harpsichordist, jazz pianist and composer David Gordon trained as a mathematician at Bristol University before turning to music full-time, and he has since toured all over the world with: the gypsy-tango band Zum, the baroque orchestra The English Concert, the piano-led jazz group David Gordon Trio and the early music/jazz group Respectable Groove, as well as violinists Nigel Kennedy, Christian Tetzlaff and Andrew Manze and singer Jacqui Dankworth. He is the founding director of High Wire Baroque Orchestra.