Julian Gregory started his singing career at the age of 8 as a chorister at St John’s College Choir, Cambridge, under Christopher Robinson. Following five years as a Music Scholar at Eton College with a focus on violin and piano, and a Choral Scholarship at Norwich Cathedral, he returned to St John’s to read Music as a tenor Choral Scholar in 2009.
After graduating from Cambridge University, Julian spent a year studying German at Heidelberg University, and went on to the Royal Academy of Music, where he completed his Masters with Distinction in Vocal Performance studying with Neil Mackie and Ben Johnson, and has since then been awarded an Associateship of the institution (ARAM). In 2014, Julian took up the tenor position in the internationally renowned vocal ensemble, The King’s Singers, and subsequently has been extremely busy performing 120 concerts every year and meeting and educating musicians around the world.
Aside from TKS commitments, Julian is the Assistant Director of the UK-Japan Music Society, which brings together people from both countries through music, culminating in regular concerts and international cultural relations projects across Europe and Japan. Julian look forwards to recording his debut British-Japanese solo album in 2019.www.kingssingers.com