Oliver Condy (Wakeman 1988-1993)

Oliver has spent the last six years as the editor of BBC Music Magazine and currently lives in Bristol. His work allows him the privilege of interviewing the world's greatest classical music artists (he's pictured here with the late conductor Sir Charles Mackerras) and makes an appearance from time to time on radio and TV, recently learning the trumpet for a Radio 4 audio diary. Appearing, though, on 'Piers Morgan's Life Stories' in October is something he'd like to forget... Oliver still plays the organ and gives a couple of recitals every year, most recently in Norfolk which was attended by none other than Mark Jones, former assistant director of music at Ellesmere and Oliver's first organ teacher.

5th October 2012  Back to Where are they now?