Miles Lallemant

Miles Lallemant began his musical education as a chorister at Llandaff Cathedral in Wales. While reading Classics at Cambridge he sang with Jesus College Chapel Choir under Tim Bryan-Wigfield.  He studied piano with Richard McMahon at the Welsh College of Music and Drama, and then with Peter Katin. After a brief spell as a Latin teacher in a small boarding school in Yorkshire, Miles moved to Dublin to become a Lay Vicar Choral at St Patrick’s Cathedral. After Dublin he lived on the volcano in Sicily for a while, running the music in the Anglican Church in Taormina. 

As an keyboard player and repetiteur, Miles has worked with Opera Ireland, Northern Ireland Opera, the Ulster Orchestra and RTE Concert Orchestra. He co-founded and is the musical director of the Kensington Olympia Festival of Music and the Arts, a charitable organisation which provides opportunities for young musicians. He also has a four-piano quartet with three of his siblings. Recently he has moved to Copenhagen from London, where he was Director of Music at St Luke’s, Uxbridge Road. In Denmark Miles appears as countertenor with both Theatre of Voices and Ars Nova Copenhagen. He is also Ars Nova’s Chorus Master.