Adam Gatehouse

Adam Gatehouse

Last updated: 03 March 2011

Jury member: Song Prize.

Adam Gatehouse is Editor Live Music at BBC Radio 3, having worked there as a producer and executive producer.

He instigated and produced the BBC Wigmore Hall lunchtime concerts and the lunchtime series at LSO St Luke's, working with many of the greatest artists of our time including Barbara Bonney, Mitsuko Uchida, Steven Isserlis, the Beaux Arts Trio, Alfred Brendel, András Schiff and Ian Bostridge.

In 1999 he set up BBC Radio 3's New Generation Artists scheme, in which 12 young artists or groups are selected for a two-year period during which they are given studio recordings and appearances with BBC orchestras and at the BBC Proms. Graduates from the scheme include Paul Lewis, Christopher Maltman, the Belcea Quartet, Simon Trpčeski, Alison Balsom, Alice Coote, Ailish Tynan and Andrew Kennedy.

For BBC Radio 3 Adam Gatehouse has produced major series on the history of Glyndebourne, the Philharmonia Orchestra, documentaries on Rudolf Nureyev (nominated for a Sony Award), Yehudi Menuhin and Georg Solti.

His documentary on Prokofiev won a Sony Silver Award. He has also devised and produced special 'days' dedicated to Verdi, Walton, Berlioz, Janáček and Tchaikovsky. In 2006 Adam Gatehouse launched the Festival de Valloires, a chamber music festival in Picardy.


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