MSI Premiere Composer, Malcolm Munro

Lives in Chichester, United Kingdom

Malcolm is a Lay Vicar at Chichester Cathedral. Born in Scotland in 1982, he was a chorister at St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh before moving to Stewart's Melville College as a Music Scholar. While there he studied piano with Stuart Montgomery and composition with Jennifer Martin.

After a gap year singing as a Lay Clerk in Edinburgh, he moved to London to study Music at Goldsmith College, University of London, and to take up a Choral Scholarship at St Martin-in-the-Fields. Subsequent choral appointments have included The Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace, and Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Street, London. He took up his current post in Chichester in January 2006.

Malcolm's music has been performed in various churches and cathedrals around the UK. In addition to choral music, recent compositions have included works for string quartet, percussion and solo piano. 'O Wither hast thou led me', a Shakespeare setting for soprano, actor and piano was performed by Kim Brown and Joseph Marcell at the Harare International Performing Arts Festival.