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Brad LubmanBrad Lubman
Brigitta MuntendorfBrigitta Muntendorf
Christian JaksjøChristian Jaksjø
Cocoon DanceCocoonDance
Ensemble ModernEnsemble Modern
Friederike BrendlerFriederike Brendler
George BenjaminGeorge Benjamin
Gil Monteagudo RuizGil Monteagudo Ruiz
Hendrika EntzianHendrika Entzian
Hermann Kretzschmarhermann Kretzschmar
IEMA Ensemble 2023/24IEMA-Ensemble 2023/24
Jeaduk KimJeaduk Kim
Jim McNeelyJim McNeely
John HollenbeckJohn Hollenbeck
Lawrence PowerLawrence Power
Luke PoeppelLuke Poeppel
Matthias RiekerMatthias Rieker
Megumi KasakawaMegumi Kasakawa
Michael HopeMichael Hope
Niels KleinNiels Klein
Norbert OmmerNorbert Ommer
Po-Chien LiuPo-Chien Liu
Polina KorobkovaPolina Korobkova
Rafaele GiovanolaRafaële Giovanola
Rebecca SaundersRebecca Saunders
Ryoji IkedaRyōji Ikeda
Sofia GubaidulinaSofia Gubaidulina
Stefan AsburyStefan Asbury
Sunghyun LeeSunghyun Lee
Sylvain CambrelingSylvain Cambreling
Tania LeónTania León
Yann RobinYann Robin
Yannik MayaudYannick Mayaud
Yasuhiro ChidaYasuhiro Chida
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Yannik Mayaud


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Yannick Mayaud

Yannick Mayaud is a prize-winning conductor with a particular interest in new composition, which has led him to form and direct Orchestra in the Shape of a Pear: a flexible Birmingham-based ensemble specialising in new music and the repertoire of the late 20th century.

Yannick studied conducting with Daniele Rosina, Edwin Roxburgh and Denise Ham, winning the Michael Beech conducting award during his studies, and was selected to participate in masterclasses with Martyn Brabbins, Kazuki Yamada and Timothy Redmond among others. He is in demand across both the UK and France, having conducted the Dartington Festival Orchestra in concert and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and the Paris Mozart Orchestra in masterclass, alongside conducting engagements with the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra and various University of Cambridge ensembles.

Yannick received a distinction for his MMus in Orchestral conducting from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and holds a first-class degree with distinction in music from Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, where he was also awarded the Peter de Somogyi Memorial Prize for most distinguished performance in an arts subject and the Turner Prize for music.