British conductor William Boughton started his career like a cellist, their studies at the Guildhall College of Music in London, later on with Milos Sadlo in the Prague Academy of Music, and with Maurice Eisenberg in the U.S. He briefly worked well like a cellist in a number of British orchestras, like the London Sinfonietta, the Royal Philharmonic, as well as the BBC Symphony Orchestra. He quickly focused his energies on performing and in 1980, he founded the British String Orchestra in Worcester. From 1983 to 1988, Boughton offered as artistic movie director from the Malvern Celebration and in 1986, he was called principal conductor from the Jyväskylä Symphony Orchestra in Finland, a posture he held until 1993. He’s a frequent visitor conductor with orchestras in Britain and Europe.