Born in 1964, David Trendell received his early musical education as a chorister at Norwich Cathedral. He was subsequently Organ Scholar at Exeter College, Oxford and then pursued research into the works of Alexander Zemlinsky. During this time, he was also Assistant Organist at Winchester College and then Organist of the University Church in Oxford and a lecturer at St. Hilda’s, St. Hugh’s and Oriel Colleges. He was Director of the Edington Festival (1987-91), where he also conducted the Nave Choir of Men and Boys until 2000, broadcasting each year for BBC Radio 3. Currently he is College Organist and Lecturer in the Music Department at King’s College London, where he directs the chapel choir, with whom he has made several recordings, including Taverner’s Missa Corona Spinea together with motets by Byrd, and music by Alonso Lobo for ASV. Active as a conducter, singer, writer, organist and record producer (for ensembles including The Clerkes’ Group and the Maîtrise de Caen), he is also Director of Music at St. Bartholomew the Great in the City of London.