Christopher Quaid & Adam Heron
Irish violinist Christopher Quaid is a graduate of the Royal College of Music, London where he studied with Jan Repko. Christopher Quaid graduated from the BA in Performance at the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin with First Class Honours.
Christopher Quaid has also performed with Camerata Ireland and alongside members of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. May 2017 saw him participate in the Chipping Campden Festival Academy Orchestra and perform alongside Paul Lewis, Roderick Williams and Nicola Benedetti.
Since having won The Irish Heritage Music Award, Adam Heron has established himself as one of today’s leading young pianists. He appeared on BBC Four Television as a Keyboard Category Finalist in BBC Young Musician 2018, which was recorded in The Bradshaw Hall, at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
Born in Hong Kong in 1999 of Nigerian-Filipino descent, Adam was a chorister at Gloucester Cathedral Choir, under the directorship of the English conductor Adrian Partington. Later he was awarded a full scholarship.
Adam Heron frequently performs as a recitalist, concerto soloist, and chamber musician both in the UK and abroad. In addition to classical music, Adam has a career which has led him to perform for popular contemporary figures such as Bryan Adams and Stormzy. He is an active composer and conductor in his own right.