Will Fowler

Artist in Residence/Piano

Will Fowler is an award winning British musician and actor based in Los Angeles. He is a graduate of the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

 

A trained classical musician from the age of 3, Will holds ATCL's (Diplomas) in both piano performance and classical vocal performance. He is an alum of London's The Purcell School for Young Musicians, where he found a keen passion for jazz; later vocally leading a jazz/soul and funk big band. Will is also an alum of the Royal Academy of Music and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music; where he specialised in vocal studies and classical piano. He has won numerous international music competitions and has sung as a frequent soloist with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain. 

 

For seven years now, Will has enjoyed an independent teaching career. Teaching students in London before moving to Los Angeles. Will was awarded a prize from Alison Cox OBE for his contribution to music teaching, whilst being involved as an ‘Outreach’ leader; in which he visited schools, hospitals and care homes to teach and educate. 

 

In 2016, Will was awarded The Toby Davies Memorial Prize to produce an original musical. The show was put on in London the same year. Today, Will is excited to be expanding and revamping the show in Los Angeles; alongside West End composer, Pablo Barrios.

  

Will sang a leading role in a production of “The Armed Man” at London’s Royal Festival Hall, accompanied by the London Philharmonic Orchestra. This performance was under the baton of the composer, Karl Jenkins. He has also performed on BBC Radio 3, as well as many prestigious worldwide venues such as The Fazioli Concert Hall in Italy, London’s Royal Albert Hall and The Viper Room, LA.