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Nicholas Wibberley



Nicholas Wibberley is a well-known local conductor and music director. A music graduate of Goldsmiths University London, Nicholas trained as both a singer (studying with David Knight and Mairéad Sheeran) and an organist (studying with Margaret Phillips) and now focuses more predominantly on leading and directing ensembles.  

Nicholas is the Music Director & Conductor of both the South London Singers in Beckenham and All Saints’ Festival Chorus (Orpington). He is also the founding Artistic Director of Cantiones Sacrae, a London-based chamber choir. Nicholas also appears regularly with other ensembles as guest conductor, and together with his regular groups, enjoys a busy schedule of music-making in London and further afield. 

In addition to his work as a conductor, Nicholas has also been noted for his performances as a singer and organist. Nicholas has sung with many choirs including on CD recordings, BBC broadcasts and concert/service tours all over the UK and across Europe. He has also given many solo performances including complete song cycles by Robert Schumann and Ralph Vaughan Williams, among others. As an organist, Nicholas has performed in cathedrals and greater churches all over the UK. He was organ scholar of Heythrop College (University of London) and has since held roles as organist at several churches in and around London. A keen composer, Nicholas has published compositions with Encore Publications and Firehead Editions

Having studied conducting with Holly Mathieson and others, he now enjoys a varied career leading different ensembles. As a professional choir trainer, Nicholas held the posts of Director of the Junior Choir at St George’s Church in Beckenham from 2014 – 2016, Musical Director of the Fortune Green Choir (West Hampstead) from 2015 – 2018, and as Director of Music firstly at St John’s Church in Catford and then at All Saints’ Church in Orpington. In these latter posts he led pioneering developments including launching Arts’ Festivals, starting new musical groups and touring his choirs in the UK.

Outside his work in music, Nicholas has also started a number of business ventures, most notably an award winning independent funeral directors, operating in the communities around his home in South London.

Jack Stone

Jack Stone was a student of Chetham’s School of Music, graduate of the Royal College of Music (where he received the 2016 Harold Darke Prize), and is an Associated Member of the Royal College of Organists. Jack has held accompanist posts at Dean Close School, Cheltenham; Tewkesbury Abbey; Carlisle Cathedral; Chelsea Ballet School; Morley Opera School and Regents Opera. He is currently Director of Music at Catford Parish Church, Accompanist of the South London Singers, repetiteur for Lewisham Urban Opera, a visiting accompanist for Morley College and a freelance vocal coach and recitalist.