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Sean Bui - Musical Director
Born and educated in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, Sean read Music at Royal Holloway University of London, where he received both his undergraduate and Master’s degrees.
He is an experienced conductor, composer and singer, and currently works as a freelance music editor, having previously worked for Oxford University Press.
Sean has studied singing with many talented professionals, including Mark Griffiths, Peter Asprey and Graham Titus with past solo performances including the Mozart Requiem and Great Mass in C minor, as well as a performance at The Royal Albert Hall.
As a choral singer, he has performed with various choirs, including the award winning Taplow Youth Choir and has toured across Europe, from Finland and Estonia to the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
As an accomplished conductor Sean currently holds the positions of Director of Music of Quire Voices, Musical Director of Spelthorne Choral Society, Chorus Director of The Royal Harmonics and Assistant Director of Music at The Royal Chapel of All Saints, Windsor Great Park.
He is also regarded as a gifted composer, receiving numerous commissions each year.
Lindsay Bridgwater - Accompanist
Lindsay Bridgwater was born in Nottingham and studied Music at Cambridge University, acquiring a degree and various diplomas on the way. Whilst at Cambridge, he was Musical Director for the famous Footlights Revue.
He continues to perform in many diverse projects, and finds all genres both enriching and stimulating.
He would tell us, however, that he is continuing his musical education at the 'School of Life' where he is constantly being stimulated by challenges from 'Rock to Baroque'.
He is well known as an organist and accompanist throughout London. He continues to travel widely and work regularly with the Philharmonia. He has completed another project with Pimlico Opera, in which he took part in a sequence of performances of ‘Les Miserables’ in Prison. This worthy project was attended by the Duchess of Cornwall, one of the sponsors, and involves professional musicians and actors working alongside inmates to stage performances.
Also Lindsay has given an Organ and Harpsichord recital in Suffolk, and continues to give two-piano recitals with fellow musician Leslie Pearson.
His past is littered with performing credits from Ozzy Osbourne to Buckingham Palace and The Vatican. The diversity of his musical interests is underlined by his having performed on BBC Radios 1, 2, 3, and 4!