"Walker, playing with staggering virtuosity and charm, kept the audience on the edge of their seats throughout and brought the house down at the end."
At the forefront of a new generation of wind soloists, Adam Walker was appointed Principal Flute of the London Symphony Orchestra in 2009 at the age of 21.
As a soloist Adam regularly performs with all the major UK orchestras and others in the US, South Korea, New Zealand, Sweden, Austria and Ireland. He has given world premieres of concertos by Brett Dean, Kevin Puts and Huw Watkins.
A committed chamber musician, highlights over recent seasons have included performances at LSO St Luke’s, Musée du Louvre, and the Utrecht, Delft and Moritzburg Chamber Music Festivals. In 2017 Adam was selected to take part in the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s prestigious CMS Two program.
Born in 1987, Adam Walker studied at Chetham’s School of Music and at the Royal Academy of Music with Michael Cox. Adam is a visiting professor at the Royal College of Music.