Elliott graduated from the Royal Academy of Music.
Using his extensive experience in the practical and organising duties associated with performing, recording, touring and teaching; and as music supervisor and music director he has been involved in both cast and band auditioning, has put in place multiple cast changes and has been involved in coaching and motivating the artists and musicians within the productions he has worked on.
Elliott is also a composer and arranger, working for top artists and advertising agencies.
Some of his most recent work includes musical supervisor, music director and arranger/orchestrator on the original production and West End transfer of Sunny Afternoon, a musical about The Kinks. The production won four Olivier Awards including Best New Musical and Outstanding Achievement in Music.
Elliott has also worked as co-musical director, keyboard player and string arranger for The Who, performing Quadrophenia at the Royal Albert Hall, and has performed with Alice Cooper, and Brian May and Roger Taylor of Queen. He has also been keyboard player for singer/songwriter Jim Diamond.
Other recent work includes,
UK Music Supervisor and Music Director, Rock of Ages (Shaftesbury Theatre); Music Supervisor, Rock of Ages (UK tour); Co. Music Director, Keyboard Player & String Arranger, The Who at The Royal Albert Hall; Music Director, Pete Townshend’s Quadrophenia (Stage Production); Music Supervisor, We Will Rock You (Canada); Music Director, We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre); Music Director, Footloose (The Playhouse) and Dep. Conductor, The Rocky Horror Show (UK tour).
Elliott also helped to MD Queen and the We Will Rock You appearance on Al Murray’s Happy Hour (ITV) and has played keyboards for West End productions of Wicked, Spamalot, Zorro, The Sound of Music and for the UK Tour of Flashdance.