Tom Croxon was born in London in 1970. A graduate of the Royal College of Music and the Juilliard School in New York, Tom Croxon has had a distinguished career as a double bass player performing with all the major London Orchestras. Outside the orchestra, Tom worked as a session musician performing with some of the world’s most distinguished pop musicians including Luther Van Dross, has recorded with Madonna and performed on the soundtracks for many major Hollywood films.
In April 1999 Tom produced a fund-raising gala concert in aid of the Institute of Cancer Research’s ‘Male Cancer Research Centre’, in which he was joined by his colleagues in the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall. This concert was conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazy and raised the largest sum of money ever achieved at a classical gala concert at the South Bank Centre. In 2001 & 2004 Tom produced two further concerts in aid of the ‘Male Cancer Research Centre’ which included soloists Sarah Chang, Evegeny Kissin and conductor Christian Thielemann. To date the ‘Music For Everyman’ Gala Concerts have made a significant financial contribution towards the pioneering new centre at the Institute of Cancer Research in London.
In 1999 Tom Croxon founded Tom Croxon Management Ltd specializing in artist management, concert production and PR. Collaborating with some of the world's most gifted and distinguished classical and Jazz musicians, Tom Croxon Management offers creative career management and development.
Tom Croxon Management Ltd is a member of the International Artist Managers Association and is a registered contractor with the Musicians Union.