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Musicians in profile

Andrew Morris (piano, composer)

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Andrew Morris is a freelance teacher, performer and composer. His Infinite Fragments for piano was premiered by Joanna MacGregor, and his Inner Light for string trio was commissioned for the opening of the Lion Ballroom in 1997 and performed by the Beethoven String Trio of London. He wrote the music for the extended music-theatre piece Globetrotter’s Ball produced at the Hereford Courtyard (2000). He began working on the Musical Remedies in March 2004, since when there have been numerous concerts which have included some of the Remedies in various arrangements. In May 2011 Andrew gave a concert including twelve of the Remedies in Cluj,Romania . In September 2013 Andrew gave a concert of fourteen of the Remedies with Theo Jobst to a group of visiting Bach practitioners from Latvia. Most of the Remedies have now been realised in at least one performance.

Theo Jobst (saxophone on Give Take)

studied at Hereford Cathedral School and Hereford Sixth Form College and  read History  at the University of Birmingham from  2014- 2016. He is now a freelance jazz musician living in Edinburgh. Contact

Benedict Garman (drums on 7 Musical Remedies)

studied at Chetham’s School in Manchester before going to the Welsh College of Music and Drama in 2007. He plays in numerous jazz groups and is also a composer. You can watch and hear a video for one of his pieces

Mikey Kirkpatrick (flute on 7 and 11 Musical Remedies)

studied at Goldsmiths’ College in London from 2003 – 2006. He now works as a freelance musician in London and also jointly runs Avocado Music. He always has several creative projects on the go, and you can find out more at and

Oliver Sellwood (alto sax on 7 and 11 Musical Remedies)

Oliver Sellwood Oliver Sellwood studied music at the University of Sussex from 2004 – 2007. He is now working for a postgraduate degree in composition in London. You can hear him perform with A Sweet Niche

Olivia Tebbutt (vocals on 7 Musical Remedies)

Olivia works substantially within the culture, heritage and foundations sector, having advised on the appointments of the Principals of the Royal Welsh College of Music and the Royal Northern College of Music amongst other roles in the performing arts sphere.
Olivia holds a degree in Experimental Psychology from the University of Oxford and a Diploma in Jazz Performance from Trinity College of Music. Her vocal talents and passion for music have seen her perform at a number of respected venues, including Ronnie Scott’s, 606 Club and Pizza on the Park. She also speaks French and Spanish.

You can download an mp3 of Olivia’s from

Antoine Olivier (bass on 7 Musical Remedies)

Antoine Olivier Oliver Sellwood studied music at Goldsmiths College from 2003 – 2006. He is currently playing in the ‘Cranbrook Symphony Orchestra’ and the Uckfield based big band ‘Swingshift’. He also does plenty of session work on Double bass and electric bass, currently with the singer song-writer Nila Raja, and the composer Oliver Sellwood.

Sam Dixon (drums on 11 Musical Remedies)

moved from Hereford to study commercial music at Bath University and is now much in demand as both teacher and performer.

David Etheridge (bass on 11 Musical Remedies)

is a teacher, performer and recording engineer based in Malvern.

Emily Davies (vocals on 11 Musical Remedies)

is a singer/songwriter currently based in Bath. You can follow Emily Davies’ own music on her Myspace page

George Ewart (violin on 14 Musical Remedies)

is a professional violinist and teacher based in Leominster. He works on a freelance basis with many orchestras, having at one time been a member of the Royal Opera House Orchestra in Covent Garden.

Will White (clarinet on 14 Musical Remedies)

is a student at Hereford Sixth Form College. He is a member of the CBSO Youth Orchestra.