Luke is an enthusiastic, versatile, and talented singer, arranger and musical director. He studied for his degree in Music at the University of Liverpool, achieving first class honours.
Luke has performed as a soloist with a range of many different ensembles, appearing as the Evangelist in Scarlatti’s Passio secundum Johannem with the Early Music as Education Orchestra, to performing for more than four million viewers on BBC One’s primetime production, ‘Frank Sinatra: Our Way’, with his award-winning Barbershop Quartet ‘Proper Sound’. Luke was the recorded soloist for Roger McGough’s play, ‘The Mistanthrope’, performed in Liverpool’s Playhouse Theatre and later aired on BBC Radio 4.
Luke has a burning passion for an extensive variety of musical genres and has directed many ensembles in and around Liverpool, including Mersey Harmony, one of the oldest established barbershop choruses in the United Kingdom, and Exordium, an eight-piece a cappella consort specialising in the performance of medieval and renaissance choral works.
Choir Leader for:
- St Helens