Owain Park is a composer, conductor, singer and organist, based in the United Kingdom. His compositions are published by Novello, Oxford University Press, Peters Edition and Inspirium Publications. His music has been performed internationally, by ensembles including the Tallis Scholars, the Aurora Orchestra and the Choir of Trinity College Cambridge. Recent works include Beati Quorum Via, commissioned by the Wells Cathedral Chorister Trust for The Countess of Wessex, and Shakespeare Songs of Night-Time for the Holst Singers. This season, Judas mercator pessimus was included by The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge in their tour programme to Canada.
In 2014, he founded The Gesualdo Six, a vocal sextet specialising in early music, but also performing recent works by Ligeti and McCabe. As well as directing The Gesualdo Six, he also conducts the chamber choir, Vospiri, and Trinity’s resident Choral Society, the Trinity Singers. Recent projects have included a series of Bach Cantatas, a performance of Purcell’s opera Dido and Aeneas, and Warlock’s Capriol Suite.
Holding the FRCO diploma, Owain is currently an Organ Scholar at Trinity College Cambridge and was formerly Senior Organ Scholar at Wells Cathedral. Read more here.