He is a baritone singer, conductor and teacher born in
England who sang as a chorister with the Choir of St. George’s
Chapel, Windsor, and studied Modern History at Christ Church, Oxford and
was awarded his doctorate in Early Renaissance Music at King’s
College, London. At the
same time he was studying, he was shaping his career as a singer and
Since then he has been heard with ensembles such as
Oxford Camerata and is the director of founder of The Clerks’ Group
in 1992 who have recorded at least 20 CDs and won
a Gramophone Award for Early Music.
As a choral conductor he has led the Orlando Chamber Choir of
London, the Renaissance Singers of London and since 2003 has been the music
director for St. Catherine’s Choir in many concerts in their own
country and on a tour of Japan.
In the field of musical education he is a much sought
after choral coach for groups in many different countries and is the
Director of Music and Academic Studies at St. Catherine’s College,
Cambridge. His work in outreach
projects in Cambridge has resulted in a children’s girls choir being
established in 2008 and gaining the recognition of being the only choir of
its type in Britain.