Keyboard player and conductor Steven Devine received his early musical training at Chetham’s School of Music, Manchester, and read music at Oxford University. He is now in demand across the world and is at home in the fields of opera, large-scale concerts, chamber music and solo performances. He made his London conducting début in 2002 at the Royal Albert Hall and is now a regular performer there. He has conducted the Mozart Festival Orchestra in every major concert hall in Britain and also throughout Switzerland. He is the co-principal keyboard player with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and also works as Director with them. He is also the principal keyboard player for many other period groups.
Ever since his school days, Steven Devine has been associated with the Finchcocks Collection of historic keyboard instruments in Kent and now holds the post of Director of Education. He was appointed Professor of Fortepiano at Trinity College of Music in 2003.