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Celebrated as one of the most exciting young orchestras to emerge in recent years, The Multi-Story Orchestra is made up of outstanding young professional musicians who share a commitment to widening accessibility to classical music. Its performances in car parks around the country attract huge, diverse audiences. The group tours local school halls and playgrounds, and runs choir projects that bring together hundreds of young people to perform alongside the Orchestra. We are proud to have been invited to perform as part of the BBC Proms in 2016, 2017 and 2019.
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Christopher co-founded The Multi-Story Orchestra in 2011 with Kate and has conducted the Orchestra’s performances from their debut performance of The Rite of Spring through to their celebrated BBC Proms appearances in 2016 and 2017. Away from Multi-Story Christopher works a lot in opera; he conducted The Marriage of Figaro for English Touring Opera in 2018. He has worked extensively as Assistant Conductor for Glyndebourne Festival and Tour. Christopher has a particularly interest in contemporary music and worked with the BBC Proms Inspire Programme in 2018.
Kate Whitley (b. 1989) is composer and pianist based in South London. As well as writing for The Multi-Story Orchestra she composes for concert, ballets, choirs and orchestras around the UK and her music has been broadcast as part of the BBC Proms. Her piece Speak out to words by Malala Yousafzai was commissioned by the BBC for International Women’s Day 2017 in support of the campaign for better education for girls: ‘a powerful statement, full of kinetic energy’ (Wales Arts Review) and has since been performed by orchestras around the world.
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