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Stacey Watton made his concerto début at the age of thirteen and subsequently won the Eugene Cruft Prize for Double Bass at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where he then studied as a scholar with Tom Martin. He has performed as guest principal with most of the major chamber orchestras in England, including the English and London Chamber Orchestras, the London Mozart Players and Primavera Chamber Orchestra. He has performed with symphony orchestras such as the LSO and is currently appearing as Guest Principal Bass with the RPO. Much of his musical life is devoted to chamber orchestras and ensembles, appearing on recordings, live television and radio broadcasts.
More recently, Stacey Watton appeared live on Russian television and radio as a prizewinner at the Koussevitsky International Double Bass competition in Moscow.
After achieving considerable success for his relatively short years in the classical field, Stacey has decided to diversify into the pop music industry with the formation of his group the Espirit Ensemble with whom he has just recorded his first single 'When I’m Ready' for Hurley and Todd Productions. He has also just recorded Vertigo, his first CD as a solo recording artist and features on the London Double Bass Sound with Gary Karr.
Stacey Watton plays a modern copy of a bass by John Frederick Lott (1775-1853).
Last updated: Sep 14, 2005