Nick Hill [ 2006] and Omar Shahryar  kindly accepted our invitation to be judges at the second House music event held in October 2014. Both are highly talented and accomplished in the field of music. The evening was another immense success and as before orchestrated by Michelle Rooney with ample assistance from staff members. With so much talent on show it was difficult to find a winner but our judges gave an insightful and enthusiastic response to the performances before announcing their overall winning House.
Nick is a Hertfordshire based musician who is a composer and a music programmer. He has assisted Michael Price on multiple projects including the BBC’s Sherlock, Tractate Middoth, Mr Stink and Gangsta Granny, Simon Pegg’s A Fantastic Fear of Everything and ITV’s Lightfields. In 2012 Nick worked as a Music Programmer on the multiple award winning feature film Les Misérables – directed by Oscar winning director Tom Hooper (The King’s Speech). Currently, Nick is working on a number of projects, including composing music for animations, live action, theatre and library music.
Omar is a freelance stage director(opera), Music Director and founder of ‘East End Notes’ and a workshop leader. He has an extensive repertoire and has been involved in numerous musical productions worldwide.