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He began organ lessons under John Scott Whiteley while a chorister at York Minster, and continued as a Music Scholar at Eton College under Alastair Sampson. After holding the post of Organ Scholar at Worcester Cathedral and then St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, he was for three years Organ Scholar at King’s College, Cambridge, where he graduated with a degree in music. With the Choir of King’s College, he gave concerts in the USA, Hong Kong and throughout Europe, in addition to appearing as their accompanist on CD releases on EMI Classics.
He has taken part in the first performance of works by Sir John Tavener, Judith Bingham, Jonathan Dove, Francis Grier and Francis Pott. He has studied with Thomas Trotter and Johannes Geffert, and won First Prize and the Audience Prize at the 2008 Miami International Organ Competition.
Recent and forthcoming engagements include recitals in Leeds Town Hall, Westminster Cathedral, Stockholm Cathedral and in the USA in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Independence, Missouri. His solo organ recordings include a recital on the organ of St Albans Cathedral (JAV Recordings), organ works by Judith Bingham (Naxos)—including the first recording of the concerto Jacob’s Ladder, and music by Charles Villiers Stanford, played on the organ of Queens’ College, Cambridge (Resonus Classics). He also directs St Albans Abbey Girls Choir in a recently-released recording of Mendelssohn Choral Works (Naxos).