Jeremy Cole – Organist

Jeremy ColeJeremy Cole – Organist

Jeremy Cole is assistant director of music at St Paul’s, Knightsbridge, a post he holds alongside a busy freelance career in London as a conductor, organist and piano accompanist. Jeremy was organ scholar at Trinity College, Cambridge, and graduated with a degree in music in July 2013. His role in the college chapel involved regularly conducting and accompanying the world-renowned choir in their routine of rehearsals and services, as well as their busy concert and recording schedule. In 2011 he played the organ on Trinity College Choir’s Gramophone Award-winning disc of the music of Herbert Howells for Hyperion, and features as accompanist and organ soloist on their forthcoming recording of the music of Kenneth Leighton.

Jeremy is a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists and has studied the organ with Colin Walsh, Stephen Farr and David Briggs, and conducting with Stephen Layton. Recent recital engagements have included Westminster Abbey and Gloucester Cathedral.