Peter Adams - cello

Peter Fisher - violin

"Adams' performance culminated in an encore that left you gasping for more."

The Strad


"Adams presented not just the brilliance of Elgar, he gave of himself - raw emotion and highly charged excitement - and covered himself in glory."

Birmingham Mail





Peter Adams' career can truly be described as meteoric. When most musicians are still at school, the sixteen year old Peter was playing in the orchestra of London Festival Ballet. By the time he was 21 he had become principal cellist of both the London String Orchestra and the London City Ballet. Perhaps even more remarkably he became in the same year Professor of viola da gamba and baroque cello at the Royal Academy of Music - the youngest ever professor in the Academy's history.

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Holy Boy 


Over Hill, Over Dale
Over Hill, Over Dale
As heard on Classic FM
The Chamber Ensemble of London
Director: Peter Fisher
Soloists: Peter Fisher and Maya Iwabuchi, violins, and Peter Adams, cello.