Jamie Wright....musical director



A graduate from the University of York, Jamie is a scholarship holder at the Royal Academy of Music in the first year of the Vocal Performance Masters course. Jamie sings with a number of ensembles, most recently the Genesis Sixteen consort. As a soloist Jamie is a keen singer of Bach and is currently working on expanding his operatic repertoire with the hope of continuing his studies abroad after his Masters.
A singer and conductor, Jamie read Music at the University of York and undertook the vocal performance Masters programme at the Royal Academy of Music, graduating with distinction.
Jamie has worked in television for Gareth Malone, performed at the BBC proms, and was the soloist in All the Angel’s at Shakespeare’s Globe. He also works closely with the National and London Youth Choirs and Welsh National Opera, as well as being a chorister of the Chapel Royal, Tower of London.


When not making music, Jamie can usually be found playing with technology or behind a camera.


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 Ashley Thompson  
Ashley Thompson.......accompanist


Ashley is currently accompanist to Maldon Choral Society, under Dr. Gillian Ward Russell, Anglia Singers, under Professor Chris Green OBE, Gale Singers, under Colin Fowler, and Billericay Choral Society. 
This is in addition to his duties as Director of Music to The Parish Church of Holy Trinity Rayleigh, The Ordinariate at St John Fisher, Prittlewell; and the Evensong Organist for The Parish Church of St. Alban The Protomartyr, Romford. 
Away from his piano and organ accompaniment portfolio he is the founder and Director of Music to The Triple H Community Choir, covering the three neighbouring South Essex villages of Hockley, Hawkwell and Hullbridge. He also teaches singing, organ, piano and Theory of Music privately. 

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