Born in London in 1982, John Myerscough won the Gold Medal and First Prize at the 2006 Royal Overseas League Music Competition. He made his London recital début with a critically acclaimed recital in the 2007 Park Lane Group New Year Series at the Purcell Room. He has subsequently given recitals at Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall and the Holywell Music Rooms in Oxford, at the Brighton, Cambridge, Edinburgh Fringe and Kings Lynn Festivals and abroad at venues in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.
As a concerto soloist John has performed with the London Soloists Chamber Orchestra in the Purcell Room, St. John’s, Smith Square and St. Martin-in-the-Fields and with the DeHavilland, Petersfield, Southampton University and Wimbledon Symphony Orchestras. He has also appeared with the Chilingirian and Endellion Quartets and with the pianist Melvyn Tan and violinist Viviane Hagner.
John is the cellist of the Doric String Quartet.