Stephen has sung professionally as a Bass Baritone since 1985 and has spent 18 years as a full time cathedral lay clerk singing choral services on a daily basis. He has sung live on BBC 1, Radio 3 on an almost annual basis, Radio 2, CDs tours to Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Paris, The Loire Valley and around the UK. Following studies with some notable teachers including Norman Tattersall and Andrew Field, Stephen has recently been taking lessons from Justin Lavender gaining an MMus specialising in Performance.
Stephen currently sings regularly as a deputy in Canterbury Cathedral Choir, he is on the deputy list for a variety of professional London church choirs and has deputised and "bumped" various other choirs including The Vasari Singers, St. Augustine's, Ramsgate, Canterbury Christ Church Chapel Choir, Lees court Music as required.
On a lighter note, Stephen was a founder member of the close harmony group, 6-in-a-bar in the early 90s and more recently has sung close harmony at a variety of charitable events with friends.
Stephen has performed regularly as a soloist around Kent, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Suffolk and Northamptonshire. Most notable performances were Messiah and Faure's Requiem under the direction of Douglas Coombs. Recent engagements include Stainer's Crucifixion in Farversham, Faure's Requiem in Deal and Cornelius's Three Kings from Persian Lands Afar in Kentish Town, London.
If you wish to book Stephen for solo engagements or as "bumper" for your choral society or choir please contact him using the email or phone listed on the Contact page.