Nicholas Evans-Pughe, violin

Nicholas Evans-Pughe started his musical career as a chorister of St John’s College Choir, Cambridge and a music scholar at the Kings School, Canterbury.  In due course he entered the Royal Academy of Music with a scholarship, and studied with Howard Davis, Diana Cummings and the Amadeus Quartet.  His professional career has spanned orchestra, chamber and solo work as well as teaching.  He is currently head of strings at the Latimer School, Edmonton and plays regularly with the Glyndebourne Touring Opera and Amersham Festival Orchestras, and the English Sinfonia.

Nicholas Evans-Pughe was leader of the Corinthian Chamber Orchestra from 1996 to 2001.


Performances with the Corinthian Chamber Orchestra