Fraser Tannock studied at Trinity College of Music, winning several prizes including the Philip Jones Brass Prize, and went on to win the Royal Overseas League Commonwealth Competition. He has given solo recitals at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St.James’ Piccadilly, the Millennium Dome and at the Palace of Versailles, and performed Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto in London, USA, France, Spain and Colombia. His recording of Leopold Mozart’s Concerto in D was Classic fm’s recording of the week.
Fraser has worked with London Chamber Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, RTÉ Concert Orchestra, London Concert Orchestra and National Symphony Orchestra, as well as with orchestras in Singapore, Portugal, France and Germany.
Extensive theatre and opera work includes operas at ENO, Latvian National Opera, Sadler’s Wells, Grange Park Opera, Alte Oper Frankfurt, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma and at the 450-year-old Teatro Olympico in Vicenza, and plays at the Royal National Theatre (as MD), Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and Chichester Festival Theatre, as well as many musicals in London’s West End.
In the commercial world, he has recorded for film and TV, orchestral and commercial sessions, and played festivals from Glastonbury to the Seychelles.