Music Director

Sam Evans has been a professional singer for 16 years, and in addition to his singing career, is now hugely in demand as a choir trainer and choral conductor. A former choral scholar at King’s College Cambridge, he studied singing as a postgraduate at the Royal Academy of Music, and spent a further two years on the opera course at the Royal College of Music. He has sung with most of the professional choirs in the U.K., including the Sixteen, the Monteverdi Choir and Polyphony. As a soloist he has appeared at the Royal Albert Hall, the Opéra Comique in Paris, and Sydney Opera House. He was a finalist in the Kathleen Ferrier Awards, and winner of the Association of English Speakers and Singers Prize. He is a much respected teacher of singing, and teaches at Westminster School, and Queen’s College Cambridge. He also teaches singing for the National Youth Choir of Great Britain, and the Eton Choral Courses.
He is currently director of several choirs, including Battersea Choral Society, Battersea Power Station Community Choir and Kingston University Chamber Choir. He is renowned for his upbeat style, infectious enthusiasm for the music, and knowledge of vocal technique.