Harpsichordist, Organist, Conductor
Studying at Trinity [Laban] the very first year it opened its doors in Greenwich was exciting - especially playing for the opening ceremony at the Royal Naval Chapel. Meeting wonderful musicians including Philip Thorby, John Henry and Linda Hirst and working on glorious projects with many musicians and singers was a highlight.Bridget Cunningham
Bridget Cunningham studied the harpsichord and organ graduating in 2002 with a MMus in Performance Studies. She now is an international conductor, harpsichordist, presenter and musicologist and conducts several orchestras including London Early Opera and is associate conductor for the Schola Pietatis Antonio Vivaldi. As a solo harpsichordist she has performed at Buckingham Palace for the Royal Family, at the Festi Classique in France and has broadcast with pianist Angela Hewitt on Austria’s National Radio Stephansdom. She is currently conducting, researching and producing a new series of Handel recordings for Signum Classics which have received excellent reviews, with the disc ‘Handel at Vauxhall’ Vol.1' reaching the Specialist Classical Charts. She has recorded and presented several programmes for SkyArts, RTE, Radio France and BBC television documentaries including Messiah and Vivaldi’s Women and has made a harpsichord video for Handel & Hendrix in London.