Jonathan Woodhouse  →  Performing

Jonathan is a singer with a wealth of professional experience, both as a consort singer and soloist. As a flautist he holds an ATCL performance diploma from Trinity Laban and has enjoyed performing as a soloist and with many orchestras over a number of years. He received training on both flute and singing as an undergraduate student at Cardiff University and has since studied with a number of highly commended teachers around the United Kingdom. If you would like to book Jonathan for an event, he can be contacted here.


Jonathan has been singing professionally for many years and is in demand as both a consort and solo singer. He is currently a Lay Vicar in Salisbury Cathedral Choir and is a former member of the cathedral choirs of Llandaff, Wells and Worcester. As a cathedral singer, he has featured in the Three Choirs Festival and Southern Cathedrals Festival and has many years' experience as a freelance consort and solo singer. He has trained with Bronwen Mills, Ashley Stafford and currently studies with Nicholas Clapton.


As a soloist, recent performances have included Handel Messiah, Bach St John Passion, Haydn Nelson Mass, Pergolesi Stabat Mater and Britten Canticle Abraham and Issac. He is particularly interested in performing music from the baroque era but also has a strong interest in english repertoire from the 20th century.


In addition to his regular work with Salisbury Cathedral Choir, Jonathan performs regularly as a freelance consort singer and has featured with ensembles including Elgar Voices, Armonico Consort and The Exon Singers. He has also sung as a deputy with Gloucester Cathedral Choir, Hereford Cathedral Choir and Tewkesbury Abbey Schola Cantorum.


Jonathan holds an ATCL performance diploma in flute studies from Trinity Laban and has performed with orchestras including, Brighton Youth Orchestra, Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra and Worcester Philharmonic Orchestra. He is formerly director of the Elgar School of Music Flute Ensemble and currently performs regularly as a piccolo player with Salisbury Symphony Orchestra. He has studied with Catherine Sign, Susan Buckland and Andrew Nicholson.