Jack Lovell-Huckle is currently working as a Conductor, Arranger/Orchestrator, Orchestral Librarian and Piano Technician.
A music graduate from the University of Birmingham, he went on to study Orchestral Conducting with David Jones at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. As well as working extensively with all the ensembles he assisted Timothy Murray (National Dance Company of Wales), Alice Farnham (Welsh National Youth Opera), Nicholas Cleobury (Britten Sinfonia), Sir Richard Armstrong (Scottish Opera) and Carlo Rizzi (Welsh National Opera). He also took part in masterclasses with baroque virtuoso violinist Rachel Podger and musicians from Birmingham Contemporary Music Group.
In 2015 he assisted Alice Farnham on David Bruce’s The Firework-Maker’s Daughter at the Royal Opera House and was Musical Director for Somerset Opera’s production of Handel’s Acis and Galatea with Donald Maxwell.
Jack is currently the Music Director for the Birmingham Gay Symphony Orchestra, Musical Director for Opera’r Ddraig, Cardiff and
Chorus Director for Spires Music, Coventry. He is passionate about working with professional performers, emerging artists, and amateur musicians as well as devising and leading concerts for young and diverse audiences. He has continued his conducting studies with Michael Seal and is currently the Librarian at the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra as well as being in demand as a Piano Technician across the Midlands.