Trinity Laban Announces New Head of Early Music

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is pleased to announce the appointment of Walter Reiter as Head of Early Music. Recognised as a leading Baroque violinist, Walter has built up an impressive international reputation as a performer, teacher and conductor.

A graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, Walter has taught at numerous prestigious institutions in the UK and abroad, including the Royal Academy of Music, the Royal Conservatoire of the Hague, the Institute of Superior Arts in Havana, and the Tel Aviv and Jerusalem Conservatories.

Alongside being professor of violin at Trinity Laban since 2005, Walter has received notable acclaim for his solo recordings, is the leader of The Orchestra of the Sixteen and is a principal of The English Concert. He is currently working to establish a Baroque orchestra in Cuba supported by the Mozarteum Trust in Salzburg.

Professor Anthony Bowne, Principal of Trinity Laban, says, "Walter's status as a highly respected performer and teacher alongside his experience and familiarity with Early Music made him an ideal person for the position: we are very pleased to have him as our new Head of Early Music."

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