Frederick Brown répétiteur
Frederick’s NOS training is supported by a Help Musicians UK Richardson Award.
London-based Frederick Brown is a British conductor, pianist and répétiteur. He is a graduate of the RAM, where he studied with Michael Dussek and Pascal Nemirovski (2012-2014), and of St Catharine’s College, Cambridge where he read Music, graduating in 2011 with a first-class degree and the Peter le Huray Prize for Academic Achievement. He performs regularly as both a chamber musician and accompanist, and in recent months has made appearances at venues including St John’s Smith Square, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Wigmore Hall, The Fondazione Cini in Venice and Cornwall’s St Endellion Summer Festival. He has performed several times for BBC Radio 3, most recently accompanying songs by Hugh Wood for the BBC Proms. He has worked as a member of music staff on numerous opera productions, including La traviata for Iford Arts Festival, and during two seasons as a Répétiteur Fellow with Royal Academy Opera on Massenet's Cendrillon, Puccini’s Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi, The Rake’s Progress, Le nozze di Figaro, Rimsky-Korsakov’s May Night and L’Incoronazione di Poppea. Whilst a student, Frederick won prizes for song accompaniment in the Joan Chissell Lieder competition, the Thelma King award and the RAM Club Prize, as well as holding the Henry Dixon and Pitt-Rivers Awards throughout his studies.