George de Voil
George de Voil was educated at The London Oratory School, and Exeter College, Oxford, where he was Organ Scholar and gained a First Class degree in Music. He is now Organist at Wellington College, where he directs the Chapel Choir, is on the full-time teaching staff, and is an Assistant Housemaster. He is accompanist of Crowthorne Choral Society. George is also Organist and Director of Music at St James’s, Sussex Gardens, in London, continuing a tradition of distinguished organist-composers that has included Dr Harold Darke and Sir George Thalben-Ball. George has broadcast on BBC Radio 3, Radio 4, and Classic FM, and has recently given organ recitals in Westminster, Edinburgh, Chester, Liverpool, Bristol, Sheffield, and Truro Cathedrals. His world premiere recording of Charles Villiers Stanford’s Mass in G, Op. 46, was praised by BBC Music Magazine and Gramophone. George is a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists.