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Tobias Patrick Wolf FRSA is an award-winning German conductor and composer, educator and performer based in Aberdeen, Scotland and Bonn, Germany. As Music Director of The King’s Philharmonic Wind Orchestra and other ensembles, he brings with his explosive energy the challenging repertoire to be performed at the very highest level — in the United Kingdom, the European mainland, and around the world.


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We are very lucky to have a wide range of ensembles within the un poco network. Whether you are interested in joining a community choir, sing in a more advanced choir, or apply for a seat in a full size orchestra: there will be something for you!

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The Orchestras within the un poco network are dedicated to providing young composers with the opportunity to write for a large wind ensemble, and to frequently work with emerging conductors and solo artists. Get in touch or apply for a scholarship with us.


Nearly forty players in all directed and conducted by Tobias Patrick Wolf whose prowess as a conductor comes from studies in Germany and all across Europe. We were in good hands and indeed the sound of his orchestra in full cry, as it were, was absolutely fabulous – rich, resonant and rare.
— Alan Cooper, concert review
We were in for a truly sublime evening of great music – and so it turned out. I left after the concert with a real spring in my step and at my age, that means a lot. This was a first rate concert.
— Alan Cooper, concert review
In particular, I really enjoyed his attention to detail when warming up. He really understands the whole body as an instrument and his visual techniques are very effective. Brilliant sense of humour and is always willing to help out at a moment’s notice. I really enjoyed his guest conducting and hope to see more of him in the future.
— Aberdeen Bach Choir Member
Tobias is very refined conductor, composer and linguist. His rehearsals are always of a high professional standard and can provide great insight due to his extensive fluency in a number of languages. His own music is well thought out and fuses a passion for developing new avenues along with tonality. If you are looking for a musician that provides enthusiasm, look no further!
— Jack Christie, conductor
I have enjoyed working with Tobias at the University of Aberdeen Choral Society. He has a great forward-thinking attitude during rehearsals and seeks to bring the best out of the singers especially with their language pronunciation.
— Gordon Cooper, accompanist
I had great fun! Very lovely, funny, and extremely talented young man! He was confident in what he wanted the choir to do, and we all respected him. It’s very hard to stand up in front of 130 people and I thought he coped admirably. I wish him every success in the future.
— Aberdeen Bach Choir Member


Immortal Memory - A Burns Night Celebration
By University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir & Paul Mealor

The University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir: Immortal Memory

Under the direction of Paul Mealor, the University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir performs fresh new arrangements of songs by Burns made by the University’s staff and students, along with guest contributions from Robert Lovie, Jillian Bain Christie and fiddler Raemond Jappy. Celebrate Burns night in style!

The CD is for sale on both Amazon and iTunes, and all proceeds from the Sale of Immortal Memory: A Burns Night Celebration go to the relief efforts in Ballater, Scotland, which was recently devastated by flooding.