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Tom Wilkinson is University Organist and Associate Lecturer at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK.  He is known as a fine scholar and a versatile and innovative performer.  Alongside a focus on early music, he is known as a champion of contemporary repertoire, having premiered music by Sir James MacMillan and performed as concerto soloist with Scotland’s Red Note Ensemble.  In 2015 he founded the Kellie Consort, for young baroque musicians in Scotland. 

2019     University Organist and Associate Lecturer, University of St Andrews

2015     Founded the Kellie Consort (for young baroque specialists in Scotland)

2014-     PhD study, University of Glasgow (supervisor: Prof. John Butt OBE)

2013     Masters in Early Keyboard Performance (distinction), University of Edinburgh

2009-     University Organist and Director of Chapel Choirs, University of St Andrews

                 (appointed at the age of twenty-three)

2008-9     Assistant Director of Music, Chelmsford Cathedral

2007     BA Music (first-class honours), University of Oxford

2007     Fellowship of the Royal College of Organists

2004-7     Organ Scholar, The Queen's College, Oxford

2003-4     Organ Scholar, Truro Cathedral

1997-2003     Pupil at St Mary's Music School, Edinburgh (studied organ, piano, violin and viola)

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