In association with
Mr Jack Thompson
Mr Jack Thompson

Qualifications:
BA (Hons)
MMus (Cantab)
Instruments: Organ
Conducting
Piano
Keyboard
Cello
Music Theory
Ability Levels: Beginners to Advanced


Notes:

www.jackthompson.org.uk

Jack Thompson BA (Hons) MMus (Cantab) FRSA is in ever increasing demand as a conductor, organist and teacher of academic music. He is Artistic Director of the Cadogan Consort and Sussex Chorus, and has served as Director of Music at St Mary's Church, Chelsea since September 2016. He combines these posts with the full time position of Organist and Teacher of Music at Ardingly College, and today maintains a busy freelance career alongside choirs and ensembles from across the UK. Jack has studied choral conducting and organ performance with some of the world's most prominent musicians and educators, including Stephen Layton, James Lancelot, Graham Ross, Mark Williams and Dame Gillian Weir. He has prepared choirs for performances with Sir Thomas Allen and the BBC Symphony Orchestra, and has also worked with children’s choruses and youth ensembles in advance of concerts and broadcasts at the BBC Proms. Jack has collaborated with numerous chamber choirs and ensembles, and continues to appear with musicians from both the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, as well as cathedral and collegiate choirs alike. He is frequently in demand as an organist and continuo player, and has twice performed as a soloist for HM The Queen, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and HRH The Duchess of Cambridge.

Jack recently completed a postgraduate degree in music at Cambridge University. Here, he was Organ Scholar of Corpus Christi College and Organist for St John's Voices, the mixed-voice choir of St John's College. He was previously educated at Durham University, where he was an organ scholar, vice-chancellor's scholar and recipient of the Barker Music Award. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, aged 24, in 2018.

Contact Jack

Address: Chelsea
London
Greater London
SW3
Phone: Show Number
Fee (30 minutes): £20.00
Fee (60 minutes): £40.00

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