Boris was born in London in 1974 and is a descendant of the composers Mikulas and Alexander Moyzes, two of the most influential figures in 20th century music in Slovakia.
He began playing the violin and piano at the ages of five and eight respectively and has performed a number of violin concertos, including those of Sibelius and Bruch.
Boris began conducting whilst studying at the University of Leeds, where he took lessons with the Albanian conductor, Eno Koco and was soon after appointed conductor of the University Chamber and Symphony Orchestras.
He was awarded a masters degree, after which Boris spent a year at the Bratislava Academy of music, studying with Bystrik Rezucha and on his return to the UK, continued learning with George Hurst at the Canford Summer School of Music.
In 2001, he set up his own charity orchestra and since then he has worked with the London Charity Orchestra, City of Southampton Symphony Orchestra, Westminster Youth Orchestra, Orchestra of the City, and London Youth Orchestra.
He was musical director of Candlelight Opera from 2008-2011, was prinicipal conductor of Keld Ensemble from 2010-2018 and has been working with Colne Philharmonic Orchestra since 2013.
Boris’s international engagements have included guest appearances with the New Sofia Symphony Orchestra, Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bratislava String Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Symphony Orchestra of Russia and Bohuslav Martinu Chamber Orchestra.