During his studies at the University of London, Peter Bussereau became an external student at the Guildhall School of Music, studying firstly with Max Morgan and later with Josef Aranof. In 1981 Peter gained the Silver Medal from the Guildhall School following his diploma recital. After being awarded the Kathleen Nixon Scholarship from London University he became a full-time student at the Guildhall School but shortly after took up an appointment with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, though continuing his studies with Emanuel Hurwitz, Howard Davis and Homi Kanga. Peter has worked with many of this country’s leading orchestras and is currently a member of the BBC Concert Orchestra as well as directing his own chamber orchestra, the Camerata of Luton, and leading the Quartet Camerata. He has appeared as soloist with a number of orchestras in the south of England, performing concertos in various venues including St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London and St. Albans Abbey.