Stephen Layton is one of the most sought-after conductors of his generation, whose ground-breaking approach has had a profound influence on choral music. His interpretations have been heard worldwide and his recordings have won or been nominated for every major international recording award.
Layton guest-conducts widely, working with and inspiring the world’s finest choirs and orchestras. Highlights include performances of Handel’s Messiah in Sydney Opera House, the first staged St John Passion with English National Opera, and numerous BBC broadcasts.
The founder and director of Polyphony, Layton is also Fellow and Director of Music at Trinity College Cambridge.
You can see Stephen Layton in action at Great Classics - Rejoice & Requiem on Thursday 16 April.