Based in Brighton, England, Peter Michael Davison has worked extensively with orchestras, musicians and producers throughout the country. Peter conducted the orchestral sound track of the in game music for PS4/ Guerrilla game epic, Horizon: Zero Dawn. This year he will team up once again, with composer Joris de Man, conducting his score for the feat. animation Night of the Trampers: Chuck Steel and the downloadable content: The Frozen Wilds.
This year's exciting developments sees Peter working with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic's new ensemble 10/10 in a series of concerts, as part of the celebration of 50 years since the iconic 1967 album Sergeant Pepper.
He studied conducting with Eno Koco and Colin Metters (RAM), and received master classes at Canford Summer School with George Hurst OBE, Robert Houlihan and Rodolfo Saglimbeni. At the age of 20 he was appointed principal conductor of Leeds University Symphony Orchestra, touring major venues in the UK and Europe. Whilst in Leeds, he formed LS1 a contemporary ensemble, performing music by composers such as Thomas Ades, Harrison Birtwistle and Sam Hayden.
He is principal conductor of the Regent's Orchestra, Brighton and Hove Youth Philharmonia, and deputy conductor to the Brighton Youth Orchestra, one of the leading orchestral set ups in the United Kingdom. As a former member, 2013 saw Peter guest conduct the East Sussex Youth Orchestra, deputising for his teacher Colin Metters (RAM). Peter has conducted professional and semi professional groups including the Worthing Philharmonic, with soloist Rowena Calvert, Mid Sussex Sinfonia and the Brighton Symphony Orchestra.