Stephen Bullamore - Organ

Stephen Bullamore started his musical life as a chorister at York Minster. He studied at Keble College, Oxford as Organ Scholar, where with the chapel choir he recorded a number of CDs, including part of Priory Records' Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis series and broadcast live on BBC radio. In conjunction with his post at Keble, Stephen was Organist and Director of Music at St Mark's, Swindon.

Upon graduation, he spent a year in Guildford as Organ Scholar at the Cathedral. Whilst there he played in the world première of David Sanger's Veni Creator Spiritus for four organists on three organs as part of the Guildford Cathedral's 40th anniversary celebrations.

Stephen moved to Lincoln Cathedral in 2001 as an Assistant Organist before his appointment as Director of Music at Waltham Abbey in 2005.

He is in demand as a continuo player; recent engagements include Handel's Saul, Samson, Semele and Saul, Purcells' Dido and Aeneas and numerous works by JS Bach. He directs the chamber choir, Ferdinand's Consort whose debut CD (The Sacred Music of Thomas Morley) was released last year. Recent organ recitals venues have included Bromley and Kingston Parish churches, Westminster Abbey and Bristol Cathedral.

Stephen is currently researching the choral music of Thomas Tudway, whose music he recorded in the early summer of 2009.

Stephen Bullamore - Organ

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