Timothy End. graduated with a first class honours degree in Music from King's College, London in 2006 before beginning Postgraduate study in Piano Accompaniment at the Royal Academy of Music, where he gained the prestigious DipRAM award for an outstanding recital in 2008. He held the Shinn Fellowship at RAM for 2008-09 under the tuition of Julius Drake and Patsy Toh.

A multiple first-prize winner, Timothy was awarded the Parnell Award for an Accompanist at the ROSL Annual Music Competition in 2010. In June he accompanied the baritone Jonathan McGovern and the trumpeter Huw Morgan in the Grand Final at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. Jonathan scooped the Gold Medal and the duo will be making their Wigmore Hall debut later this year.

In November Timothy was awarded the Gerald Moore Award for Piano Accompaniment at the Henry Wood Hall in London.

Timothy is much sought after as a chamber musician. Recent engagements include a song recital with the bass Sir John Tomlinson at the Saville Club in London, a lunchtime recital at St James Piccadilly with Jonathan McGovern and Timothy"s debut concert in June with the City of London Choir at St. John"s Smith Square marking a tribute to the late John Dankworth. Further recitals have included an evening with the baritone George Emney at the National Opera Studio and a lunchtime recital in Perth Concert Hall with the bassoonist Karen Geoghegan in November.

Forthcoming engagements include ROSL operatic galas in memory of Sir Charles Mackerras in London and Edinburgh and a lunchtime concert with the horn player Elise Campbell at Colston Hall, Bristol next month. Huw and I made our debut at the Purcell Room for the Park Lane Group Artists earlier this month along with a recital at St James Piccadilly.

Timothy will perform a series of recitals in London and Edinburgh with the Australian bass-baritone Abraham Singer in the summer.