St George’s Chapel Choir’s Director of Music, Timothy Byram-Wigfield, received his formative training as a chorister at King’s College, Cambridge. Following study at the Royal College of Music as organist, pianist and violist, he won an organ scholarship to Christ Church, Oxford, before being appointed Sub-Organist of Winchester Cathedral. During this time he studied the organ with Richard Popplewell and David Sanger, and was a finalist in the Royal College of Organist’s Performer of the Year competition. In 1991 he was appointed as the first full-time Master of the Music at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Edinburgh. He also trained the Scottish Chamber Orchestra Chorus and toured widely as a recitalist. In 1999 he took up the newly-created post of Director of Music at Jesus College, Cambridge, where he combined his choral activities in the college with teaching and playing, before arriving in Windsor in January 2004. As a solo organist he has won considerable acclaim for both public performances and a number of recordings.