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Julian Kelly

Senior Lecturer in Musical Theatre / Voice Tutor

Julian Kelly studied at the Royal Northern College of Music, developing a career as a soloist, orchestral musician, orchestrator, arranger, conductor and musical director in theatre, leading to performances, recordings and broadcasts at home and abroad, and a long association with the Haymarket Theatre in Leicester. In addition to conducting engagements at the Royal Festival Hall, Sadler’s Wells Theatre, the Adelaide Festival and Sydney Opera House, notable theatre credits as musical director in London, the provinces, on Broadway and throughout the U.S. include Stephen Sondheim’s Company, Sweeney Todd, Merrily We Roll Along, Pacific Overtures, Follies, Sunday In The Park With George, Into The Woods, A Little Night Music, Jerry Herman’s Mack And Mabel and The Best Of Times, the Kander and Ebb musicals Chicago, The Rink and 70, Girls, 70!, West Side Story, On Your Toes, Carousel, The King And I, Oliver!, Forty-second Street, Piaf, Calamity Jane, The Rocky Horror Show, Singin’ In The Rain and Riverdance on Broadway. Julian conducted and orchestrated the world and Broadway premiers of Boublil and Schonberg’s The Pirate Queen, and the European premier of Adam Guettel's The Light In The Piazza in 2009, whilst engaged by the University of Chichester as a Lecturer in Musical Theatre.