St Bride's: Music

Julian Gregory

Julian Gregory

Julian Gregory started his singing career at the age of 8 as a chorister at St John's College Choir, Cambridge, under Christopher Robinson. After five years as a major Music Scholarship holder at Eton College, he returned to St John's as a tenor Choral Scholar in 2009, after a period of months singing at Norwich Cathedral under David Lowe, his former teacher. 

After graduating from Cambridge, Julian spent last year on the Baden-Württemberg Scholarship Exchange to Heidelberg University, where he studied and intensively learnt German. He currently holds The Drapers' Company's "Baroness de Turckheim Scholarship" at the Royal Academy of Music, where he is studying his Masters in Vocal Performance and learns with Neil Mackie.

Recent performance highlights include St John Passion Evangelist at Truro Cathedral; solo song-recitals at Charlton House, Greenwich, and at Fellowship House, Hampstead; St Matthew Passion soloist at St Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich; and soloist with the Zürich Sing-Academie in performances of Monteverdi's Vespers in Switzerland.