Conductor / Lecturer/ Mentor / Organist / Composer / Academic / Broadcaster / Music Director / Festival Director

Noël Tredinnick

Dr Tredinnick is in demand worldwide. He is active both at home and abroad: having been Organist and Director of Music at All Souls Church Langham Place for 46 years and, for a similar period, Professor of Conducting and Academic Studies at London’s Guildhall School of Music & Drama. Also in the near future, he has planned overseas trips to France, Austria, Australia, South Africa and the USA.

He is no stranger to conducting and academic life, having partnerships with universities and orchestras widely spaced from Toronto and Sydney, Johannesburg and West Palm Beach, as well as across the UK, where he’s in demand as lecturer, conductor and worship-leader. He has enjoyed a long association with BBC Radio and Television, having presented programmes as well as conducting since the 1970s. Currently he presents a regular Sunday morning programme on Premier Radio.

Noel is Chair of Jubilate Hymns/Resound Music: encouraging production of new songs and modernised language in worship. His compositions have appeared in numerous hymnals and song books and his imaginative musical arrangements and orchestrations have set a benchmark and style that still inspires and informs new generations of writers. In recognition of his life time of service to Church music, Noel has been awarded both a Lambeth DMus (2002) and a Fellowship of the Royal School of Church Music (2009).

Noel’s legendary contribution to music ministry emanating out of All Souls has resulted in the renowned standing of the All Souls Orchestra and the circulation of over 50 CD and DVD recordings, an enviable 40 years of enduring Prom Praise events both around the UK and overseas, together with the established annual Easter celebration of praise, music and innovation at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

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