Peter Gosling studied the clarinet from the age of 15. While at Birmingham University reading medical biochemistry he continued his musical studies at Birmingham Conservatoire, winning the concerto competition and gaining the ABSM recital diploma with distinction. Since then he has given recitals of classical music in a variety of chamber groups including the recitals with Richard Silk, Contrasts and the Midland Chamber Players. In partnership with a graduate in mathematics also from Birmingham University accordionist Michael Adams they formed the light music duo ‘No Strings’ in 1986. Since then they have been guests with many choirs and music clubs across England and Wales. BBC Radio 2 listeners may have heard No Strings on the ‘Early Show’, and they have appeared on BRMB, BBC Radio Shropshire and BBC Radio West Midlands where they were featured as ‘Artists of the week’.