Assistant Music Director - Guy Turner
Guy Turner studied Music at Cambridge, where he sang in Clare Choir under John Rutter, and founded the St Michael's Singers.
He was a music teacher for thirty-one years, during which time he was also active as a conductor. Conductorships included the Tudor Singers, Egham and District Choral Society, Surrey Heath Youth Orchestra and Somerset County Youth Choir. He was director of music at St John the Baptist, Yeovil, for seven years.
in 2008 he moved to Nottinghamshire to take up a post singing in the Cathedral Choir at Southwell Minster, where he remains. He combines this with a freelance career as a singer, conductor, pianist, teacher and composer. He is also the archivist of the Eric Thiman Collection and a question verifier for TV quizzes. He is the conductor of Bingham and District Choral Society and Ollerton Daytime Voices. His compositions range from a Requiem and other extended choral works, to close harmony numbers, such as the famous Tequila Samba, and stage works, such as his adaptation of Terry Pratchett's Wyrd Sisters.
Please visit www.guyturner.co.uk for more information.