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Thomas will guest conduct the Kemi Sinfonietta this October in a concert of music by Robert Schumann. He will also direct The Lark Ascending in a concert that also includes Schumann's Symphony No.4 and Introduction, Scherzo and Finale - both written in...

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In September 2015, Thomas will conduct four performances of David Horne's Grimm Tales as part of the Music@Malling Festival. The commission, supported by The Britten-Pears Foundation, will be performed by Chamber Domaine and English National Ballet and will engage hundreds of school children across Kent in creative activities.

Thomas will also be conducting the UK premiere of...

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Thomas performed at Classical Kicks at iconic jazz club Ronnie Scotts on 29th January in a programme of Ravel and Bach read more »

Andrew Clements reviews Journey to Aldeburgh read more »

The fourth Music@Malling festival launches with six performances of H K Gruber - Frankenstein!! The festival also includes a Bach Pilgrimage and jazz events with James Pearson and the Ronnie Scott’s All Stars. Full details can be found on read more »

Thomas conducts the world premiere recording of Martin Bussey - Through a Glass with leading baritone Marcus Farnsworth. the recording was released on September...

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This Spring, Thomas has launched an exciting new education programme with his festival in Kent, Music@Malling. Since 2011 the Festival has worked with over 4,000 local school children. Now Music@Malling is developing a new, annual programme that will run year-round and enable primary school children to develop instrumental and...

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Thomas is to conduct works by Mark Simpson, Benjamin Britten and Martin Bussey for new recordings which will be released in 2014 by Resonus Classics.  The series of releases include many world premiere...

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The third Music@Malling Festival took place in the last week of September.  Highlights included Stravinsky - The Soldier's Tale with Chamber Domaine conducted by Thomas Kemp for 1,200 primary school children.  The concerts were narrated by Matthew Sharp and were in collaboration with read more »

Thomas conducts the University of London Symphony Orchestra in Sibelius' 2nd and Martinu's 6th Symphonies.  The ensemble is one of the leading youth orchestras in the UK and underlines Thomas' commitment to training young...

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