Lucy Morris

Lucy Morris

Director, Taplow Boys’ and Children’s Choirs

Lucy grew up in Berkshire and spent many years singing in the Taplow Girls’ and Youth Choirs. She went on to study music at Queens’ College, Cambridge, where she was awarded the Beaumont prize for outstanding performance in her final year.

In Cambridge, Lucy sang with Trinity College Choir, played the violin in a several ensembles, and turned her hand to conducting after founding a mixed voice choir in her college. Lucy conducted the MagSoc chorus and Symphony Orchestras in large-scale performances, and for two years was a senior scholar on the Conducting Programme of Queens’, which included tuition from Paul Brough, Neil Ferris and Natalia Luis-Bassa.

As Assistant Conductor for the Cambridge University Musical Society in her final year, Lucy conducted the University Concert and Wind Orchestras, and she was Musical Director for Bernstein’s ‘Candide’ with the University Opera Society.

Since leaving university, Lucy continues to work with the National Youth Choirs of Scotland and Great Britain, and conducts the Reading Male Voice Choir. She is also Director of Music at Holy Trinity School and Church in Dartford, and founded the Dartford Music and Drama Academy which held its first summer school in August 2016.