George Inscoe

Musical Director


George is an Organist, Conductor, Pianist and Continuo Player based in London and is in high demand as a freelance musician and teacher. He began his musical career as a chorister in Canterbury Cathedral Choir under Dr David Flood, was chosen to be a soloist for the Young Voices Tour of the UK in December 2005, performing in some of the country's most

prestigious concert halls, including the Royal Albert Hall in London, and was made Head Chorister in his final year. George then became a music scholar at St Edmund’s School, Canterbury where he studied piano and organ with David Flood before gaining a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music (RAM), studying with Susan Landale (in London and Paris) and Bine Bryndorf (in Copenhagen). He also studied improvisation with Gerard Brooks and Neil Wright. 


Whilst at RAM, George won numerous prizes and was chosen to perform regularly in concerts during his time there, most notably as part of the renowned Bach Cantata series and Widor Organ Symphonies series.


George and his wife, professional Soprano Kirsty O’Neill, founded the Norwich Consort of Voices, bringing more professional choral music to East Anglia. They have collaborated with Norwich Baroque, the city’s period instrument ensemble, notably performing Buxtehude’s Membra Jesu Nostri in Norwich Cathedral. 


You can find out more about George’s musical career, achievements and performances at his website: