Josh began his musical studies as a chorister at Chichester Cathedral before accepting a music scholarship to Eton College. Having finished his degree at King’s College London, where he sang in the chapel choir under the late David Trendell, he began work as a freelance singer and now pursues a busy ensemble career, enjoying singing for some of the UK’s most prestigious consorts including The Sixteen, Tenebrae and Britten Sinfonia Voices, as well as other upcoming groups such as Siglo de Oro.

Recent soloist highlights include singing the role of Evangelist in Bach’s St John Passion, Jupiter in Handel’s Semele and solos in Schutz’s Christmas Story and Handel’s Israel in Egypt. Not content with just singing, Josh also teaches the trombone and aims to teach himself the harmonica in order ultimately to become the one man band he’s always dreamed of…