BPC
Our Accompanist

Tracey Renwick has been our Accompanist since 2011, and is only the fourth person to hold the post since the choir was founded in 1949.
 
(Page last updated 7th October 2014)
 

Tracey Renwick
Tracey Renwick
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Tracey was brought up in Carlisle and began learning the piano and violin from around the age of five. She was a member of Cumbria Youth Orchestra and the National Youth Music Theatre, with whom she performed at the Edinburgh Festival in 1985. She studied music at Goldsmiths College, London University, and after graduating worked as a piano teacher and freelance ballet pianist in London. For the past 20 years she has worked for the Royal Ballet School, which has involved much performing both at home in the Holland Park Theatre and the Royal Opera House, and abroad in Japan, Germany and Salt Lake City.

Tracey plays piano in the Brook Piano Trio and has accompanied many different instrumentalists and singers. She accompanies Sevenoaks Philharmonic Society in addition to Bromley Philharmonic Choir and also plays organ at St. Botolph's church, Chevening.

In 2006 she performed Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 23 with Bromley Symphony Orchestra, and in 2011 Finzi's Eclogue for piano and strings with Bromley Symphony Players. In the summer of 2014 she performed Bach's Piano Concerto in F minor with Bromley Symphony Players.

 
Laurence Gerrish - From 1949 to retirement in 1993
Robyn Sevastos - From 1993 to 1997
Diana Dunk - From 1997 to 2011