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He spent his gap year as Organ Scholar at Hereford Cathedral and before this he was the Walter Stanton Music Scholar and Sixth Form Organ Scholar at Lancing College. He began his musical education as a chorister, later Bishop’s (Head) Chorister, at Salisbury Cathedral. Wicks began playing the organ 10 years ago and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists (FRCO), having won the coveted Limpus Prize. Recent recital venues include King’s, Queen’s, and St John’s Colleges in Cambridge, Westminster Abbey and Hereford and Wells Cathedrals.
Joseph Wicks plays for daily services of St John’s College Choir and also accompanies it on its busy broadcast, recording, and international tour schedules, most recently in Singapore, Hong Kong, The Netherlands and the USA. In addition, he remains as committed as possible to singing. A graduate of the prestigious Genesis Sixteen training scheme, Wicks now sings with the Gesualdo Six, a vocal sextet whose members were St John’s Smith Square Young Artists for the 2015-16 season and have performed on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune.