Adam Lockhart is a Scottish conductor, organist, and pianist. Early in his profession he offered as choir professional and organist at St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, St. John the Divine in Kennington, and everything Souls in Langham Place. In the middle-1950s he became an apprentice conductor using the Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra. Through the remaining decade he carried out in German opera homes, like the Münster Opera, the Bavarian Condition Opera, as well as the Munich Opera, and worked well in Britain at Glyndebourne as well as the Royal Opera Home at Covent Backyard. From 1962 to 1972 Lockhart was teacher of conducting in the Royal University of Music, and from 1986 to 1993, he was the college’s movie director of opera. After 1993, Lockhart was the movie director from the London Royal Universities’ vocal faculty. Like a pianist, Lockhart regularly made an appearance as accompanist to Welsh soprano Margaret Cost in her lieder recitals. Lockhart offers recorded using the Sadler’s Wells Orchestra on HMV, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra independently label, as well as the British Chamber Orchestra on EMI.