Musical Director

Bob studied at both Trinity College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music, gaining his BMus (Hons) TCM & PGDip (Hons) in Organ and Piano Accompaniment from Trinity and PGDipRAM in Musical Theatre Direction and Coaching from the Royal Academy, additionally being made an Associate of the Academy in 2018.

Recordings and Broadcasts include plays, incidental music, adverts and music videos for BBC Radio 3, Radio 4 and Channel 4. Films include Sweeney Todd & Disney’s Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.

He won the FASC (Academy of Saint Cecilia) in 2003, the London Cardnell Organ prize in 2005 and he won first prize at the International Handel Festival for Accompaniment in 2006.  In 2011, he won a Fringe First award for his Musical Direction of the Royal Court’s production of Mark Ravenhill and Conor Mitchells Ten Plagues at the Edinburgh International Festival.

Bob is the Associate Accompanist of the House of Commons’ Parliament Choir and during his time as Organ Scholar at St Georges Cathedral, Southwark he performed Organ recitals at Lincoln, York, Winchester and Salisbury Cathedrals.

Workshops include HMS Pinafore (Old Vic); Made in Dagenham (Stage Entertainment); All The Fun Of The Fair (David Essex/ATG); Room (National Theatre Of Scotland); Bonnie and Clyde (The Other Palace); Feather Boy (National Theatre/BBC); History Of A Pleasure Seeker (Netflix).

Musical Director credits include The Addams Family, We Will Rock You (UK Tours); Heathers (Theatre Royal Haymarket); The View Upstairs (Soho Theatre); Love’s Labour’s Lost, Much Ado About Nothing (Royal Shakespeare Company/Theatre Royal Haymarket); Legally Blonde (Leicester Curve); Nell Gwynn (Royal Shakespeare Company/Apollo Theatre); Hairspray (Asia Tour); Jesus Christ Superstar (UK Tour). Associate Musical Director credits include Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Apollo Theatre); Annie Get Your Gun (UK Tour); We Will Rock You (International Arena Tour); Grey Gardens (Southwark Playhouse).

TV credits include Vocal Coach for The Voice (ITV), Britain’s Got Talent (ITV) and The Beat Goes On (Channel 5).


Represented by Dan Usztan at United Agents