Stephen Merrony is a classically trained musician with over thirty years experience of choral, theatrical, orchestral & chamber performance.
Stephen Merrony has been involved in choral music in one way or another since he was a boy treble in Cheshire. He went on to study clarinet with John Reynolds and then gained an honours degree in Music and Computing from University College Cardiff where he specialised in clarinet and voice. He recently gave successful recitals of British Clarinet Music. In the late 1990s he formed and directed the Vocal Minority male voice choir which specialised in performing the 'classical' repertoire. He has arranged or edited numerous works for various choirs including a performing edition of Donizetti's Miserere. He has composed several small works for choir including carols and part-songs. His cantata Runnymede was premiered during the Magna Carta 800 celebrations in Runnymede. Following a career in the City he returned to music full-time in 2009 and has held appointments at Theatre Studio West, Aberdour School and directed Egham Choral from 2008 to 2016. He is currently Musical Director of Watford Palace Theatre Community Choir and also teaches clarinet, saxophone and music theory privately.
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