Stephen Burrows studied Music at Bristol University where he was both University Organ Scholar and a Choral Scholar in the Cathedral Choir. He studies singing with Nicholas Clapton and has also been taught by Stephen Taylor, Ghislaine Morgan and Ashley Stafford.
Stephen combines currently his freelance singing with a Lay Clerkship at Westminster Cathedral. An accomplished ensemble singer, he has worked with The Gabrieli Consort, Tenebrae and The New London Consort. In addition he is a member of the male-voice consorts Quintessential Voices, Opus Anglicanum and Liedertafel.
He appears frequently on CD and in television and radio broadcasts. Engagements have taken him throughout the UK, Europe and the USA and he recently appeared at The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden in Dido and Aeneas and Acis and Galetea.
As a soloist, he has performed much of the core countertenor repertoire, including music by Handel, Purcell and Vivaldi. He is currently working closely with the pianist Andrew Plant on a large variety of recital repertoire.