Hector Moss


Having played the violin from the age of 7, Hector joined the Purcell School of Music in 2003, aged 11. During his time at Purcell, he performed at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, St John Smith’s Square, Watford Colosseum, and the Wigmore Hall.

Upon leaving school, Hector began studying at the Royal Northern College of Music, where he studied with the critically acclaimed violinist and conductor, Thomas Kemp.

In 2012, Hector worked as a violinist in the film Anna Karenina and followed this with Steven Knight’s Hummingbird the following year. This prompted an interest in film and acting which led to him training as an actor at the Giles Foreman Centre, and completing his Postgraduate Diploma with a distinction.

Hector now works as a violinist, teacher, actor and writer and last year performed as an actor and violinist at the Edinburgh Fringe, as well as having some of his writing currently being adapted for the screen.

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