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Philip Achille is a British harmonica player who attended Solihull School, a British independent school in the West Midlands. He is currently studying Chromatic harmonica at the Royal College of Music.
His recent achievements include:
- National Harmonica League Player of the Year 2005 
- World Youth Solo Chromatic Harmonica Champion 2005 
- World Open Harmonica Champion 2005 
- Tabor Foundation Award 2006 
- Birmingham International Jazz Festival Young Musician 2006 
- Eurovision Young Musician of the Year Finalist 2008
- Achille featured in the soundtrack for the 2007 movie Mr. Bean's Holiday.
- Achille played the introduction section for Jon Bon Jovi's finale of the Royal Variety Performance 2007.
- Achille also played at Andrew Lloyd Webber's birthday celebration in Hyde Park in September 2008.
- Achille performed with Lionel Richie during 2012 for his performance on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross and for a radio appearance on Heart FM
- "BBC - Young Musician of the Year - Tabor Foundation Award". BBC. Retrieved 2007-05-17.
- "Teen brings harmonica to the masses". SecEd. 2006-02-02. Retrieved 2007-05-17.
- "Philip's hitting the high notes". Birmingham Mail. 2006-01-25. Retrieved 2007-05-17.
- "Featured Performers: Philip Achille, Harmonica". Channel 4. Retrieved 2007-05-17.
- Philip's Royal Variety Performance, December 2007
- Andrew Lloyd Webber's Birthday in the Park, Sunday 14 September 2008
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