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Malcolm Edmonstone is a British jazz pianist and pop arranger. He was born in 1980 in Scotland and began playing the piano at the age of four. He studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London and has since gone on to become one of the most sought-after jazz pianists in the UK. He has released several albums, including his debut album, ‘The Art of Jazz Piano’, which was released in 2006. He has also collaborated with a number of artists, including Jamie Cullum, Joss Stone, and Amy Winehouse. In addition to his work as a jazz pianist, Edmonstone has also worked as an arranger and producer for a number of pop artists, including Paloma Faith, Corinne Bailey Rae, and Duffy. He has also composed music for film and television, including the BBC’s ‘The Great British Bake Off’. As of 2021, Malcolm Edmonstone’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $1 million.
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While studying at Guildhall, he was asked by Laurie Holloway to play piano on an international tour with his wife, Marion Montgomery. Edmonstone worked with Holloway on the first three series of the BBC1 television show Strictly Come Dancing, where he played piano and arranged a portion of the music. In 2017 he worked with David Arch as arranger, pianist, and assistant music director.
Since 2011 Edmonstone has worked with Liane Carroll. They have produced concerts with choir and jazz orchestra. He was a pianist and arranger on her album Seaside (Linn, 2015). He has been a member of Mike Walker's Madhouse band and has played with Mark Lockheart, Stan Sulzmann, and Iain Dixon. At the 19th meeting of the International Association of Schools of Jazz, Dave Liebman invited him to play in his only appearance during that conference. In 2011 he appeared at the Royal Opera House in a master class with jazz drummer Peter Erskine and later the same year at the Royal College of Music as part of their Festival of Percussion.
At 21, he met Jacqui Dankworth and became her musical director. They recorded the albums Detour Ahead and Back to You. In 2009, he worked with John Dankworth on the album It Happens Quietly (2011). They worked on arrangements on what proved to be the last of many occasions in which Dankworth acted as a mentor.
Malcolm Edmonstone (born 1980, Perth, Scotland) is a British jazz pianist and pop arranger. He studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where he became Head of Jazz. He has conducted and arranged for the BBC Concert Orchestra numerous times for BBC Radio 2, featuring vocalists Rick Astley, Katie Melua, Mark King, Ruby Turner, Tommy Blaize, Tony Momrelle and Heather Small. In 2019 he began writing for Gary Barlow. In 2016 he made his BBC Proms debut, arranging and conducting for Iain Ballamy and Liane Carroll. In 2020 he was Music Director at the National Theatre for Tony Kushner’s adaptation of The Visit (play)