Dominic Ellis-Peckham is a conductor and chorus master specialising in opera and choral repertoire. He is renowned for his dedication to the Renaissance and Baroque era, whilst also championing new works and delivering inspirational collaborations. He has prepared choruses in opera houses, festivals and on the concert stage for BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, English National Opera, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and The Bach Choir.
He holds an array of conducting posts, including Principle Conductor of The Rosewood Sinfonia, Guest Conductor for London Mozart Players, Guest Chorus Master for The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Assistant Music Director of The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, Visiting Lecturer at the University of Oxford, Music Director of London Oriana Choir and Artistic Director of The Fourth Choir.
Dominic appears regularly on TV and Radio as a presenter and choral expert. In 2016 he published his first book, Inspire your Choir and an anthology of his arrangements and compositions was released in 2018. Dominic has conducted an array of highly acclaimed world premieres. In 2016 Dominic and London Oriana Choir launched Five15 – a ground-breaking new musical venture, championing women composers and developing a legacy of commissions, workshops and masterclasses, aiming to inspire generations to come.
In 2019 Dominic performs in Hong Kong, The Netherlands, Italy and Oman and joins Opera Holland Park as Chorus Master. Performance highlights include: Mozart’s Requiem, Orff’s Carmina Burana and Bach’s St John Passion, chorus master for Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress for The Aldeburgh Festival, a unique Schubert performance with Mark Padmore, Roderick Williams, Roger Vignoles, Chamber Choir of London and Diotima Quartet and Eurotreff Festival, Wolfenbüttel.