Gavin Roberts began his musical education as a Chorister at Magdalen College, Oxford. He went on to read Music at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, where he also held the organ scholarship. Following this, Gavin gained a Master’s degree from King’s College London.
Since 2002, Gavin has held the position of Assistant Director of Music at St Marylebone Parish Church where he accompanies and directs the church’s professional choir. This work is also linked to the neighbouring St Marylebone School for girls where he is Organist and Choirmaster.
Gavin is in demand as a soloist, accompanist and teacher. He has played for distinguished conductors such as Richard Hickox and Sir Roger Norrington and for numerous ensembles including The Hanover Band, The Helios Ensemble, Chandos Chamber Choir, Orpheus Britannicus, EXAUDI, The Joyful Company of Singers, Londinium, New London Chamber Choir and The Orlando Chamber Choir. He has appeared regularly on Radio broadcasts as a soloist and accompanist, often giving premiere performances of new works. He has performed on recordings for the BBC, ASV, Guild and Priory Records, and a new solo recording of the Rieger Organ at St Marylebone has been released this year. Recital work has taken him to prestigious venues around the UK and abroad. Gavin teaches at Junior Department of the Royal Academy of Music, and at the Tiffin School for Boys.
More details at www.gavinroberts.org