A talented pianist, accompanist and tuba player, Elliot studied at Wells Cathedral School before entering the Royal College of Music to study piano and tuba. He has performed as a piano soloist twice at the Royal Albert Hall as well as playing Tuba with various London orchestras. Elliot is in high demand as a rehearsal pianist.
Elliot started playing the piano, by ear, at the age of four, entering the renowned Wells Cathedral School in 2004 with a full scholarship, where he studied with Head of Keyboard, John Byrne.
In September 2010, he entered the Royal College of Music in London, studying Piano and Tuba as joint-principal studies, under Nigel Clayton (Piano) and Lee Tsarmaklis (Tuba).
Notable achievements include; accompanying Enchanted Voices with Howard Goodall for a Sky Arts/Classic FM concert, accompanying choirs on BBC Radio 3 and 4; playing tuba with the Philharmonia orchestra, the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the London Sinfonia, performed solo piano, twice, at the Royal Albert Hall in London as well as accompanying the West End singer, Lee Mead, in a solo performance at the Royal Albert Hall. He has worked as rehearsal pianist for Vocal Futures with Suzi Digby in a fully staged performance of Haydn’s ‘The Creation’.
During 2015/2016 Elliot was also Tuba player on the London Philharmonic Orchestra's Foyle Future Firsts scheme. Elliot is currently in his third year as a Piano Accompaniment Fellow at the Royal College of Music, and is delighted to be supported by Gilbert & Eileen Edgar and Anthony Saltmarsh for the Piano Accompaniment Fellowship.