Jub Davis: It would be easier to list what Jub hasn't done! He may only play one instrument (though secretly he's a pretty mean pianist) but in his career he's covered just about every style going. He's worked in avant-garde theatre with Station House Opera, been a member the Indie pop group The Band of Holy Joy, as well as working with more conventional groups like English National Opera, London Contemporary Dance Theatre and the London Chamber Orchestrra. He also co-founded the prize winning Kreisler String Orchestra which won the 1986 Jeunesses Musicales Competition in Belgrade. Over the years he has worked with many notable artists including Youssou N'Dour, Tanita Tikaram, Abdullah Ibrahim, Brian Eno, Sting, Joss Pook, DJ Krust, Zero 7, the Brodsky and Duke string quartets. He gets a great deal of pleasure playing small ensemble works with the Adderbury Ensemble and the Emerald Ensemble, with which he has recently been featured as a soloist in performances of Bottesini's Grand Duo for Violin, Bass and orchestra. He has taken up the challenge of contemporary music with groups such as Opus 20, Lontano and Ixion. However, to take time out he really enjoys a good forty mile bike ride!