The Team

The Team

 

Laura Kox

Laura Kox is a UK and Germany based musician who has recently finished her postgraduate studies (MMus Performance) at Leeds College of Music. Currently she is the General Manager of Arts@Trinity and the Musical Director of the Arts@Trinity Flute Choir. She also works as a freelance music teacher. She has been teaching flute for the past 6 years on a one-on-one basis and in groups. Laura has directed various big ensembles of all abilities and age ranges. She also has experience in teaching piano and music theory. Laura is extremely enthusiastic about passing on her passion for music to others. Apart from teaching, Laura has been organising and running various events since her student years, including concerts for students to play in, student extracurricular activities and open days for schools. Laura enjoys working at Arts@Trinity because of the diversity of events that go on, the way the arts tie in with the community and how it helps prospering artists and performers.

Email: arts@holytrinityleeds.co.uk

Phone: 07935 883 521

Dan Barker-Bey

Recently graduating from Leeds College of Music’s prestigious jazz program with a BA (Hons) degree, Dan is a highly skilled professional saxophonist and experienced instrumental tutor. Since taking the first steps on his musical journey as a young student, he’s amassed well over a decade’s worth of expert tuition, invaluable musical experience and performance accolades that Dan, now 24, continues to draw upon and consolidate with every performance. He is currently cementing a growing reputation in northern musical circles, whilst being involved in a number of exciting new creative projects.

Email: Dan@holytrinityleeds.co.uk

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Samuel Moore

Samuel Moore is a respected concert recitalist, music tutor, composer and author who has worked and performed both nationally and internationally. Over the past four years Samuel has been involved in creative projects involving some of the most eminent musicians of the 20th and 21st century, including Juan Martín and Kenny Burrell, as well as working as an orchestral transcriber for the Gil Evans Estate. Samuel’s flamenco teaching commitments currently include being Course Leader for Flamenco Guitar Studies at Instituto Cervantes Leeds and leading group workshops in universities and music colleges across the UK. Alongside these commitments, Samuel is also the Director of Music at Arts@Trinity, and founder and coordinator of The Young Musicians’ Bursary Fund: a charitable fund set up to provide educational and performance opportunities for highly gifted young musicians in Yorkshire.

Email: Samuel@holytrinityleeds.co.uk

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Jacob Savage

Jacob started playing classical piano aged five and shortly after picked up the guitar. By the time he was seventeen he’d gained a diploma in piano and a grade 8 in guitar amongst other instruments. He’d also won the prestigious John Ogdon piano scholarship in both the junior and senior category. He then moved to composition and wrote a feature-length musical called 'Song of Soloman’ which was performed to over a thousand people with a full cast of fifty. Using the musical, Jacob then went on to study composition at Leeds College of Music gaining a first class degree after two years of studying. Now aged twenty, Jacob has opened a recording studio, Minster Studios, which operates from churches in and around Leeds utilising years of photography and videography experience which he now does professionally including clients such as the NHS. He was made featured artist on Radio 1 with his band, alphabet. They have recently signed multiple tracks to labels including The Vibe Guide an

Email: Jacob@holytrinityleeds.co.uk

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