Welcome to the homepage of British conductor, baritone, composer, and engraver, Josh Quinlan. He has worked with many of the UK’s leading artists, and has appeared in high-profile events including the likes of the BBC Proms, the Ryedale Festival and the Snape Proms.

Josh’s portfolio comprises collaborations with artists including the likes of the Royal Philharmonic and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic orchestras, The Swingles, the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, Ralph Allwood MBE, mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnston, and composer Kristina Arakelyan. He is in high demand as a performer for concerts and recording sessions, and has written, arranged, edited and produced music for clients including the BBC, Pretty Decent Music, the English Chamber Orchestra, and Primal Scream.

Please contact Josh if you would be interested in working with him or have any

Latest News

  • International Albinism Awareness Day 2022
    Today is International Albinism Awareness Day – a United Nations initiative devised to spread awareness for Albinism and strike back against the injustices done to people with my condition. To celebrate this, I have decided to create a page on my website devoted to explaining Albinism from my perspective, which you can view here. I’m […]
  • Recording session with Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie
    Yesterday I was delighted to conduct and sing for a recording session with Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie – a true legend of the rock world. Having been engaged for the session by Ralph Allwood last week, I was stunned when I got a call on Wednesday telling me that I would need to step in […]
  • Josh starts working for National Youth Choirs of Great Britain
    I am absolutely delighted to start working for NYCGB as Digital Content Assistant (Creative & Learning) today. I will be working closely with Head of Artistic Planning and Participation Ruth Evans, NYCGB’s Principal Conductors and the wider team to produce exciting digital content to enhance performance outcomes, whilst also devising new digital opportunities for the […]
  • I’m singing in the Proms again
    I am absolutely delighted to announce that I’ll be singing in the BBC Proms again this year – specifically, Prom 17. I will be performing alongside my colleagues in the National Youth Choir, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Ilan Volkov. This will be the second time that I will have performed in the BBC Proms, […]
  • Performance at PRSF New Music Biennial in Coventry
    In 2019, I had the huge privilege of performing She Who by Jessica Curry in the PRS Foundation New Music Biennial alongside the National Youth Chamber Choir and Dominic Ellis-Peckham live on BBC Radio 3 from the Southbank Centre. I was delighted to be able to perform this astonishing work again today in Coventry, again […]