tom-deering

Tom Deering

Musical Director

Training: Goldsmiths College University of London and the Royal Academy of Music.

As Musical Director: The Fantasticks (Duchess); The Witches Of Eastwick (UK Tour); Restoration (UK Tour); That Pesky Rat (Soho); Parade (UK Premiere); The Tinderbox(Gardner Arts Centre); Carousel (Bridewell); Company (Broadway Studio); Goblin Market (Lyric, Belfast) (NYMT); News Revue (Canal Café) and Have a Nice Life (Pleasance).

As Assistant: Aspects of Love (UK Tour); Daddy Cool (World Tour); The Late Sleepers (Newcastle Theatre Royal).

TV and radio includes: Music Associate on Don’t Stop Believing (Channel 5); Musical Director for The O Factor (BBC3); The Alan Titchmarsh Show (ITV1); Welsh in the West End (HTV); Who Do They Think They Are? (BBC2); BBC Voice of Musical Theatre 2006; conducting Adam Cork’s soundtrack to Frances Tuesday (ITV) and Macbeth (BBC).

Tom Deering’s current and future projects include: Flat Nine (short film) and Requiem for the victims and survivors of the 7/7 bombings.

Other work includes: the opening concert of the O2 Arena; the concept album based on Terry Pratchett’s Only You Can Save Mankind ; playing with the bands Knights of Hyperbole and Sheytoons and various compositions including A Song At Twilight (UK tour); A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Twelfth Night (Ken Hill House) and several scores for short films.