Timothy Clifford Hill

British Countertenor Tim Clifford Hill performs regularly as a concert soloist and has broadcasted on radio and television for both BBC and ITV.

In 2016 Tim performed with the BBC Concert Orchestra in a concert of film music inspired by William Shakespeare which was broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 as part of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death. Tim can also be heard singing in BBC's Silent Witness and in an ITV period drama.

Away from the solo platform, Tim can be found in the choir stalls of Guildford Cathedral, where he is a Lay Clerk - having held similar positions at Chichester and Rochester Cathedrals - and occasionally with the BBC Singers and professional church choirs in London. Past performances include premiering works by the composers James Macmillan, Francis Pott, Maltese composer Joseph Vella and the jazz musician James Taylor and his quartet at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Tim currently studies with Andrew Watts, having previously studied with Ashley Stafford, and in the past has been coached by Iestyn Davies, Michael Chance, Robin Blaze and Sarah Walker.

Timothy Clifford Hill

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  • “... counter tenor, Tim Clifford Hill, whose purity of voice captured delicacy and devotion in articulating the Old Testament promise of the Messiah and what his arrival might mean. ... “And his name...”
    The Petersfield Choir 2015. Review by Hugo Deadman
  • “Tim Clifford Hill ... his will undoubtedly be a name to watch”
    Handel Messiah - 2013
  • “MESSIAH March 2019: Thank you SO much for your wonderful singing on Saturday evening; and so easy for me to work with. ALL a great joy.”
    Bryan Gipps - conductor of Sutton Valence Choral Society

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