Dominic Ellis-Peckham is a conductor of immense energy and focus, delivering ‘gutsy, raw and exciting performances’. He is renowned for his dedication to the Renaissance and Baroque era, whilst also passionately championing new works and delivering inspirational collaborations. Commended by reviewers as 'a latent star' Dominic has prepared choruses for the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra,Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. and The Bach Choir.
He regularly conducts The Meridian Sinfonia and London Mozart Players, performing on leading UK concert stages including The Royal Albert Hall, The Barbican, Birmingham Symphony Hall, Usher Hall, Bridgewater Hall and Wigmore Hall. Forever a collaborator, Dominic has worked alongside Sir Simon Rattle, Stephane Deneve, Sir Richard Hickox, Bernard Labadie, Edward Gardner OBE, Simon Halsey CBE, David Hill, Robert Ziegler, Michael Hofstetter, Keri-Lynn Wilson, Christopher Bell, Vassily Sinaisky, Sir David Willcocks CBE, Lorin Maazel, Stefan Bevier and John Rutter CBE.
Praised internationally for his ‘freshness and vitality’ in the direction of orchestral and choral performances and recordings, Dominic holds an array of conducting posts, including Chief Conductor and Artistic Director of The Chamber Choir of London, Guest Conductor for London Mozart Players, Guest Chorus Master for The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Assistant Music Director of The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, Visiting Lecturer at the University of Oxford, Music Director of London Oriana Choir, Artistic Director of The Fourth Choir,
Dominic is Chorus Director and Visiting Artist at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and a highlights include: live broadcasts for BBC Music Day, the world premier of Rebecca Dale's 'Nox Perpetua' with London Mozart Players, Ethel Smyth's Mass in Dminor with Meridian Sinfonia, Brahms' 4th Symphony, Liszt's Piano Concerto No.1 and Mozart's 'Le Nozze di Figaro' for Dartington International Festival and Bernstein's Chichester Psalms at Blackheath Halls. In 2019 Dominic performs in Hong Kong, The Netherlands, Italy and Oman and performance highlights include: Mozart's 'Requiem', Orff's 'Carmina Burana' and Bach's 'St John Passion'.