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Born in London, Paul Burke studied with Robert Saxton at Worcester College, Oxford and with Paul Patterson at the Royal Academy of Music. As a composer, highlights include Two Trumpets of Silver – written to mark the completion of the new organ at St Martin-in-the-Fields – and a set of Responses, commissioned by the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music (LFCCM) for broadcast on BBC Radio 3; other highlights include premieres by Salisbury Cathedral Choir and the Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge. Paul’s music has been recorded on the Naxos and Convivium labels and performed in cathedrals and churches across the UK.


As a choral conductor and arranger, Paul has worked with artists such as Charlotte Church, Laura Mvula and Imogen Heap, appearing at the Purcell Room, Queen Elizabeth Hall and The Roundhouse.


He is conductor of Wantage Choral Society, South Chiltern Choral Society and London Contemporary Voices.