Born in Swansea, Thomas Carroll studied with Melissa Phelps at the Yehudi Menuhin
School and with Heinrich Schiff in Austria. Over the last two years he has made his
Wigmore Hall début and New York concerto début at the Alice Tully Hall, along with début
recitals in New York, Boston, and Washington, D.C. At the opening of the last season
Thomas Carroll made his début with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Sofia
Philharmonic Orchestra and performed as soloist with the BBC National Orchestra of
Wales and ViVA. He has given recitals at the Louvre in Paris, Konzerthaus in Vienna,
Marianische Saal in Lucerne, the Dubrovnik Festival, Mecklenburg Festival and the
International Chamber Music Festival in Utrecht with Janine Jansen, Julian Rachlin and
Ensemble. As a chamber musician he has appeared with the Belcea Quartet, Chilingirian
Quartet, Endellion Quartet, Ivry Gitlis, Gidon Kremer, Steven Isserlis, Michael Collins,
Julian Rachlin at Wigmore Hall, and at the Edinburgh and Cheltenham International Festivals, among many others.
His concerto work has included appearances with the London Symphony, Philharmonia, BBC National Orchestra of
Wales, London Mozart Players, ViVA, Orchestra of the East Midlands, Prague Philharmonic and the Bayerischer
Rundfunk Orchestra. With his piano trio Dimension he won the Parkhouse Award.