Adrian Bornet started musical life as a cathedral chorister and lay clerk, picked up piano, double bass, tuba, photography, caving and long distance motorcycling along the way, read theology, and farmed.
Two years were spent at the Royal College of Music where he studied with Adrian Beers and Rodney Slatford, gaining honours in Performance and an LGSM. He freelanced in London and was choirmaster at St.Giles Cripplegate before joining the SCO. He is involved in teaching, youth orchestra training and music education, and is co-founder of the Scottish Bass Trust.
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