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Adam Treadaway - Previous Musical Director

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Across the UK, Adam Treadaway is highly sought after as a young and dynamic musician.   A graduate of the University of York (BA Music, MA Orchestral Conducting), Adam has been a part of Beckenham Chorale for two years.   He was appointed as Musical Director of the Beckenham Chorale in 2015.

In addition to his role with Beckenham Chorale Adam is currently Musical Director of Cotswold Youth Choirs and Assistant Conductor with both the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain and Ulster Youth Choir.   In September 2014 he accepted a part-time teaching position at Downe House School, Thatcham, where he is soon to become a resident tutor.   While at University Adam worked with a number of different ensembles, most notably conducting Poulenc’s Dialogues of the Carmelites and Johann Strauss’s Die Fledermaus with the Opera Society.   As an ensemble singer he has toured Europe with NYCGB, performing at the famous Thomaskirche in Leipzig, the UK on Bryn Terfel’s ‘Bad Boys’ Tour and the East Coast of America with Keble College Oxford Chapel Choir.   Since leaving University Adam has held a number of conducting posts with Take Twenty in Camden, the Foundling Museum in Russell Square and Corsham Brass Band and has worked as a vocal animateur with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.   He has also taught Percussion and Singing at Abingdon School, Oxfordshire, Queen's College, London and Westonbirt School, Gloucestershire