Mr Julian Perkins FISM

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  • ARCM (RecorderP)
  • Bachelor of Music - Cantab
  • Diploma - Royal Academy of Music
  • FRCO
  • LRAM (HpschdT)
  • Master of Music - London
  • Masters

Counties Covered

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  • London

Professional activities


Performer (instrumentalist)

  • Clavichord
  • Harpsichord
  • Organ
  • Piano



Julian Perkins is Artistic Director of Cambridge Handel Opera and Sounds Baroque. He has performed at the Salzburg Festival, Edinburgh International Festival and BBC Proms, directed the Academy of Ancient Music and featured as soloist in concertos with the Royal Northern Sinfonia, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Florilegium and Orchestra of The Sixteen. 


John Eccles' 'Semele' – an overview

The Academy of Ancient Music, Cambridge Handel Opera Company, Cambridge Early Music and Julian Perkins present the first professional recording of John Eccles' scintillating 'Semele' (c. 1707), the first setting of the great English libretto by William Congreve, better known in G. F. Handel's version of 1744. Julian Perkins, Director & Harpsichord Academy of Ancient Music

Stephen Dodgson's 'Margaret Catchpole' – an overview

'Margaret Catchpole – Two Worlds Apart' by Stephen Dodgson, released on Naxos in early 2021. Hear excerpts from the opera and interviews with Stephen Dodgson's widow Jane Clark Dodgson, singers Kate Howden, Matthew Brook and Richard Edgar-Wilson, and conductor Julian Perkins. Recorded at Snape Maltings, Aldeburgh.

Julian Perkins – Rameau's 'Les trois Mains' – Hatchlands Park

‘Les trois Mains’ by Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683–1764) from the Suite in A minor in ''Nouvelles Suites de Pièces de Clavecin'' (Paris, c1728) Performed by Julian Perkins at Hatchlands Park in Surrey, England. ► Julian Perkins:


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