Peter Moore

Principal Trombonist, London Symphony Orchestra

Peter Moore astounds international audiences with expression directly from the soul and masterful technique, complemented by his boundless versatility and instant personal connection. He has leapt from rising star to become one of the key exponents of his instrument.

As a soloist, Peter has appeared with London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBCNOW, BBC Concert Orchestra, Ulster Orchestra, Lucerne Symphony, Polish Chamber Orchestra, and many others. He is featured frequently on BBC Radio 3 and was a New Generation Artist between 2015–17. He has given recitals at venues including the Vienna Musikverein, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Cologne Philharmonie, Wigmore Hall and has undertaken recital tours across China, Japan, Korea, Australasia, and South America. World premieres by Francisco Coll, Roxanna Panufnik, Dani Howard, and the UK premiere of James Macmillan’s Trombone Concerto signify Peter’s desire to bring the trombone to the forefront of
contemporary music.

Peter is the Principal Trombone of the London Symphony Orchestra and alongside his busy performing career, he is Professor of Trombone at the Royal Academy of Music. “Moore displays an eloquence and nobility that one might have thought impossible except by the human voice” – BBC Music Magazine.

Peter is a Getzen artist and plays the 4147IB Custom Reserve Tenor Trombone.

“I have discovered a whole new sound world with this instrument. The response is phenomenal in every department, and I am able to adapt my sound and articulation to suit any aspect of my work.”

Peter Moore