Clive Dunstall is best known for his work as a pianist and has played for many different genres of music from big band to concert work, solo piano to jazz trio. He has been a featured pianist with the BBC Concert Orchestra, played keyboards for artists such as Sting, Jack Jones, Michael Ball, Scott Hamilton and Sister Sledge and accompanied singers including Marlene Ver Plank, Katherine Gang and West End and top session singer Alison Jiear.

On this page you will find a selection of audio clips of his playing and a full resume.

Audio Clips/Videos

The video above feature Clive with the BBC Big Band with Lalo Schrifrin.  You can see the full concert on Youtube by clicking HERE

Click the drop-down headings below to listen and watch clips in each genre:

  1. You're My Millie'n's, Mollie 'n' Mandy
  2. Laura

  1. Katherine Gang - Love's Got A Grudge (Laughing At Lonely)
  2. Katherine Gang : For You (Laughing At Lonely)
  3. Trent Kendal : Body & Soul (So Much To Say)

  1. James Langton : Too Much Monkey Business (James Langton Meets Skin Deep Big Band)
  2. Graham Dalby and The Grahamophones : Now You Has Jazz

  1. John Wilson Orchestra : Watch What Happens (Orchestral Jazz) Excerpt
  2. Freddy Cole with BBC Concert Orchestra (To Say Goodbye) Excerpt
  3. Michael Feinstein: What Kind Of Fool Am I (Friday Night Is Music Night)
  4. Alison Jiear: Everytime We Say Goodbye (Friday Night Is Music Night)

  1. Trent Kendal : Your Feet's Too Big (So Much To Say)
  2. Gary Williams : My Favourite Things (Swinging On Broadway)
  3. YOUTUBE VIDEO: Alison Jiear: Everybody Wants To Be A Musical (Live)
  4. YOUTUBE VIDEO: John Barr: In Whatever Time We Have (Live)



  • London Symphony Orchestra.
  • The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.
  • The London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • The London Sinfonietta.
  • The BBC Concert Orchestra.
  • The London Concert Orchestra.
  • The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
  • The Ulster Orchestra.
  • Welsh National Opera.
  • The John Wilson Orchestra.
  • The London Telefilmonic Orchestra.
  • The National Symphony Orchestra.
  • Manchester Concert Orchestra.
  • London Pops Orchestra.
  • The London Esterhazy Orchestra.
  • Oxford Philomusica.
  • Scottish Concert Orchestra.

Musical Theatre – West End/Tours

  • Hairspray – (2007-2010).
  • Drowsy Chaperone – West End ( 2007).
  • White Christmas – Plymouth/Southampton (2006).
  • Money To Burn – West End (2003).
  • Smokey Joes Cafe – West End and UK Tour (1998/1999/2000).
  • Always – West End (1997).
  • Five Guys Named Moe (West End). 1995.
  • Sister Act (West End ).
  • Sinatra (West End).
  • Anything Goes (West End).
  • Ray Charles (West End).
  • Rat Pack (West End).
  • Joseph (West End).
  • Les Miserables (West End).
  • Miss Saigon (West End).
  • Cats (West End).
  • Fame (West End).
  • Starlight Express (West End).
  • West End At Home (concerts).
  • Let The Music Play (Workshop).
  • Ulysees.
  • Carousel (tour).
  • What a feeling (1996 Tour).

Big Bands

  • The BBC Radio Big Band.
  • The Syd Lawrence Orchestra.
  • The Ronnie Scott’s Big Band.
  • Darius (Campbell) Big Band.
  • National Youth Jazz Orchestra.
  • The Glenn Miller Orchestra UK.
  • Ted Heath Orchestra directed by Chris Dean.
  • The Bert Kaemphert Orchestra.
  • The Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
  • The Memphis Belle Orchestra.
  • Echo’s Of Ellington Orchestra.
  • Back To Basie.
  • Pete Cater Big Band.
  • Jay Craig Orchestra.
  • Skin Deep.
  • The Grahamophones.
  • Freddie Staff Orchestra.
  • The Joe Loss Orchestra.
  • The Ross Mitchell Band And Singers.
  • Opus One Big Band.


  • ‘Symphonicity’ Tour with Sting and The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra America/Canada 2010.
  • ‘Symphonicity’ Tour with Sting Tour and The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra Europe, Russia and Belarus 2010.
  • Michael Ball UK Tours 1999/2000/2001.
  • Jack Jones UK Tour 2002.
  • ‘Anton And Erin’ National Tours from 2009 – 2016 with Anton Du Beke and Erin Boag.
  • ‘A Night With The Phantom’ featuring Ramin Karimloo. 2011 (Ramond Gubbay).
  • ‘We’ll Meet Again,’ presented by June Whitfield/Angela Rippon 2009/2010/2011. (Ramond Gubbay).
  • ‘White Christmas’ 2007,2008,2009/2010 (Ramond Gubbay).
  • ‘Strictly Gershwin’ 2009 (Ramond Gubbay).
  • ‘Valentine’s At The Musicals’ with Jessie Buckley and Daniel Boys. (Ramond Gubbay).
  • Louis Hoover UK Tour.
  • Marlene Ver Planck Jazz Tour.
  • Day by Day’ (Doris Day story) Tour with Rosemary Squires and Denis Lotis.
  • Sister Sledge.

Jazz Artists

  • Branford Marsalis.
  • Dominic Miller.
  • Chris Botti.
  • Alan Broadbent.
  • Scott Hamilton.
  • Kenny baker.
  • John Faddis.
  • Madelene Bell.
  • Jacqui Dankworth.
  • Jacqui Hicks.
  • Jo Lawry.
  • Claire Teal.
  • Richard Niles Septet with Kate Winter.
  • Lance Ellington.
  • Marlene Ver Planck.
  • Ira Coleman.


  • Symphonic Rock, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at The Royal Albert Hall and Moscow/2011
  • Shirley Bassey with The London Symphony Orchestra for Ex-President Gorbachov’s 80th Birthday Gala at The Royal Albert Hall/2011.
  • Ruthie Henshall with The Welsh National Opera in concert at The International Eisteddfod 2011.
  • Ramin Karimloo.
  • Sacha Distel.
  • Ronnie Corbett.
  • Jane Macdonald
  • Alison Jiear.
  • The Drifters.
  • Bob Monkhouse.
  • Sasha Distel.
  • Rosemary Squires.
  • Patti Andrews (Andrew Sisters).
  • Roy Castle.


  • Sting – ‘Symphonicities’.
  • Annette Yeo – Once In My Life>.
  • Michael Ball, in Concert at the Royal Albert Hall (1999).
  • Clive Dunstall – ‘Notable Impressions’.
  • Clive Dunstall – ‘Voxtet’.
  • Mandy Watsham Dunstall – ‘Nightingales and Rainbows’.
  • Katherine Gang – ‘Laughing At Lonely’.
  • Gary Williams – ‘The Best Of Abbey Road’.
  • Gary Williams – ‘Swingin On Broadway.’
  • Alison Jiear – ‘Forgiveness Embrace.’
  • Jacqui Hicks – ‘Spellbound.
  • ’The John Wilson Orchestra – Orchestral Jazz featuring Richard Rodney Bennett.
  • Emilia Dalby – ‘Emilia’  (with The London Esterhazy Orchestra).
  • Marlene And Billy Ver Planck – ‘Speaking Of Love’.
  • John Barr – ‘Anything Can Happen’.
  • David Badella – ‘The Dean Street Sessions’.
  • Donna Canale -‘Thinking Of You’.
  • Monroe Kent 3rd – ‘Black To Broadway’.
  • Jackie Trent –  ‘Trentquility’.
  • Trent Kendal – ‘So Much To Say’.
  • Chris Dean’s Syd Lawrence Orchestra ‘A Tribute To Glenn Millers AAF Orchestra’.
  • Graham Dalby And The Grahamophones – ‘Swing Classics and ‘Let’s Do It Again’.
  • James Langton Meets Skin Deep – ‘The Abbey Road Sessions’.
  • Ross Mitchell His Band And Singers – Several Dance And Listen Albums.
  • Always The Musical – (Original London Cast album).
  • Scott Hamilton with Strings – ‘Christmas Love Song’.
  • Maria Jones – ‘Love Life and Peaches.’ (Including Jazz trio Arrangements and Musical Direction)


  • Sting (A & E TV Private Sessions Documentary) Red Rocks Amphitheater, Colorado (2010).
  • ‘Hairspray The Musical’, Co Musical Director/Arranger with Richard Niles.
  • ‘You’re The One That I Want!’ (Grease).
  • ‘X Factor 6′ (Song Routining/Rehearsals with contestants).
  • ‘Songs Of Praise” (With Michael Ball).
  • ‘This Morning’, Stephanie Lawrence.
  • ‘This Morning’, Imelda Staunton.
  • ‘The Big Breakfast’.
  • ‘Pebble Mill At One’. BBC Big Band/The Grahamophones.
  • ‘Mrs Bradleys Mysteries’.
  • ‘Paul O Grady Show’. Opus One Big Band.


  • Friday Night Is Music Night. Artists worked with Barbara Windsor,  Michael Feinstein, Hayley Westenra, Josh Groban, Freddie Cole and several broadcasts as a featured pianist.
  • Radio London, Ramond Gubbay ‘White Christmas’ concert tour promotion with Jacinta Whyte.
  • BBC Kent, Clive Dunstall’s Voxtet.
  • The Olivier Awards 2011 playing for Barry Manilow, Angela Lansbury and Kerry Ellis with the BBC Concert Orchestra.
  • The BBC Big Band with Deniece Williams with Richard Niles and various other BBC Big Band broadcasts.
  • BBC Radio 2, Marlene Ver Planck.
  • BBC Radio 2, ‘Night Ride’ with The Grahomophones.


  • Orange, The ‘A’ Team.
  • British Home Stores.
  • Heiniken.
  • U-Switch.
  • Pets at Home (You and Me TV advert)


  • www.puresolo.com. Backing tracks for online recording. ‘Loverman’ and ‘My Funny Valentine’. 2010

Film Sessions

  • The Road Home.
  • Heat Of The Sun. (ITV)


  • Sting ‘Live in Berlin’ with The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and special guest Branford Marsalis (2010)
  • ‘Our House’ (Madness Musical) West End Show (2003).
  • Michael Ball ‘Live At The albert Hall (1999).
  • ‘Five Guys Named moe’, West End Show (1995).