Jeremy Jepson

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Better known for his singing as a countertenor, Jeremy Jepson is also a choral director (currently at Stamford Choral Society), but is also an organist. Usually performing as an accompanist he only gives solo recitals occasionally.
Jeremy studied the organ with Ian Hare at Carlisle Cathedral, where he sometimes accompanied the boys of the Cathedral Choir, and then at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama with early music specialist, David Hamilton, and John Turner of Glasgow Cathedral. He is a sensitive accompanist and accompanies choirs on tours of English cathedrals and in concert.

Jeremy studied singing at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama with Eric Ibler and Elizabeth Izatt and subsequently went on to postgraduate studies at the Royal College of Music, where he studied with Ashley Stafford and Robin Blaze. He has performed with many eminent musicians and groups including Robert King, James Bowman, Peter Schreier, The London Handel Orchestra and Charivari Agréable. Recent engagements include Handel Israel in Egypt with Royal Leamington Spa Bach Choir, Handel Messiah with Lincoln Cathedral Choir, Bernstein Chichester Psalms with Haverhill Choral Society, Bach Matthew Passion with Southwell Choral Society and solo and duet recitals in venues across the UK.
As a choral singer, Jeremy has sung in and with the choirs of St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, St Mary’s, Edinburgh, Carlisle Cathedral, Peterborough Cathedral, Gloucester Cathedral and Southwell Minster, and his work with these choirs has taken him to the USA, Norway, Germany, Sweden and France. He has sung on several commercial recordings and has appeared on ITV, BBC TV, Radio 3 and Radio 4.



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