TIM EVANS

TIM EVANS

WORKS ON MATILDA, LEGALLY BLONDE, LOVE NEVER DIES WEST END & UK TOURS.

Deputy Head of Music at Arts Educational School London

Timothy Evans was born in Auckland, New Zealand and completed a piano performance degree with First Class Honours in 1996 at the University of Auckland where he studied with Bryan Sayer. During his time at university Timothy won many awards including the National Performing Arts Competition Society Award in Wellington, an inaugural Faculty of Music Masters/Honours Scholarship and the Anne Bellam Scholarship.

BIO

Timothy also won the Royal Over-Seas League/New Zealand Scholarship which gave him the opportunity to spend a month studying in London during which time he also gave three solo recitals.

This visit led to a further period of study in London with eminent English pianist Philip Fowke.

Timothy moved to London in September 2004 after being appointed the Deputy Head of Music at the Arts Educational Schools, London.

Since leaving Arts Educational in July 2007, Timothy has been involved in the West End productions of Gone With The Wind, Marguerite, Mary Poppins, Chicago, Legally Blonde and Love Never Dies as well as the U.K. tours of Legally Blonde and Oliver.

Timothy has been musical director for Jonathan Ansell (formerly of G4), Lee Mead, Rhydian Roberts and Faryl Smith and he has been musical director for Hayley Westenra since the beginning of 2009.

He has toured the U.K. with Hayley four times as well as accompanying her on tours of Japan, Taiwan, China and New Zealand.

Timothy is very interested in training the next generation of musical theatre performers and was the co-founder of New Zealand’s first annual Musical Theatre Summer School in 2003.

Timothy continues to work at Arts Educational and has also worked at Mountview and Guildford School of Acting.

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