Steven McIntyre

Steven McIntyre

Key Facts

  • Instrument: Organ

Biography

Steven McIntyre read Music and later Music Education at the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde. During this time he studied under Kevin Bowyer, John Butt and privately with George McPhee. Steven is a Fellow of both Trinity College London and the Royal College of Organists. For the latter, he received the Limpus, Shinn and Durrant prize alongside the Silver Medal of the Worshipful Company of Musicians. Other awards include a Sir Thomas Beecham Trust scholarship, the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Flentrop Scholarship and the Tunnock Bursary from Scotland’s Churches Trust.

Steven regularly accompanies choirs for radio and television broadcasts and has recently recorded a CD of choral and organ music, with Cappella Nova, of works by Sir James MacMillan. Alongside giving concerts across the UK and in the USA, he combines secondary school teaching in rural Stirlingshire with the role of assistant organist at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Glasgow.

 

Musicians’ Company Award: Silver Medal – Royal College of Organists 2019

Page Updated: Nov 2020

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