I absolutely love conducting choirs- something truly magical happens when you have multiple voices coming together – both musically and emotionally. I have founded 4 choirs (Victoria Park Singers, Fosse Singers, Finsbury Park Singers and Kensington Singers), who have performed at the BBC Proms, Olivier Awards and Royal Variety Show.
Works conducted include Will Todd’s ‘Mass in Blue’ with full band, Bob Chilcott’s ‘Little Jazz Mass’ with trio, Ole Gjeilo’s Lake Isle with quartet & Luminous Night of the Soul, and Faure’s Requiem with full orchestra as well as commissioned music ‘When All Was Young’ by emerging composer Ben Lee. I have also launched ITV Voices and MoorVoices, for Moorfields Eye Hospital. One of my proudest moments was working with men from Pentonville Prison.
I hold an LRSM with distinction in Choral Conducting (2014) and have studied with the Association of British Choral Conductors on their advanced programme. I am also an advocate of good vocal health and up to date vocal teachings. I recently studied on the Estill EMT (Estill Master Trainer) course with Anne Marie Speed.
I have also worked with various office choirs (including ITV and Rothschild), as well as Ark Schools, British Academy of New Music, Channel 4, Pauline Quirk Academy, Haringey Shed, Leicester, Square Mile Choir for De Montfort University , the NHS, Parkinson’s UK choir, Pentonville Prison, Royal Academy of Art, Selfridges, Shoreditch House, Sing to Live, Live to Sing choirs with Royal Brompton Hospital, & Telegraph Newspaper.