Graham Dinnage

Organist, singer, choir director, teacher

Graham Dinnage

Graham lives in Crockham Hill, Kent and is a freelance organist, singer, choir director and teacher of singing and organ.

Singer/singing teacher/vocal coach

Graham is a professional baritone soloist who has performed extensively around the UK and abroad, and has sung on many recordings in ensemble and solo roles.

Graham teaches singing privately from beginner to diploma level and has a vast library of music resources to allow students to explore many genres of music. Coaching for autitions is a key part of Graham's work, with recent successes being a student accepted to the Purcell School of Music, and another accepted for a choral scholarship at Oxford. A high success rate in ABRSM exam entrants, with high merit or distinction the norm.

Organist/organ teacher

Graham is organist and choir director at Holy Trinity Church, Crockham Hill, and also plays as a freelance organist at many churches around the South East. He can also provide other professional musicians for special services, such as vocal quartets, soloists and instrumetalists.

Graham teaches the organ privately from beginner to diploma level and has a 4 manual 'Hautptwerk'-enabled organ allowing students to experience playing great organs of the world.

Choir Director

Graham has founded an directed several choirs and is currently director of Apollo Voices, Holy Trinity Church Choir and the Commonwealth Festival Choir.

Biography

Graham Dinnage GTCL, LTCL, LGSM, is a professional singer, organist, choir director and teacher. He taught in the academic music department at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama for more than 20 years and co-directed their A Cappella Summer Choral Workshops. He is a private teacher of singing, organ, and music theory. Graham obtained first class honours at Trinity College of Music London and was awarded the Grace Wylie Prize, and has studied at Magdalen College, Oxford.

Graham is music director at Holy Trinity Church, Crockham Hill. As a singer he has performed in the UK and abroad, and has recorded as a soloist for the BBC, Classic FM and others. He has founded and directed several choirs including Capriol Choir, Apollo Youth Choir, the Chart Singers and the Commonwealth Festival Choir. The Commonwealth Festival Choir founded in 2015, has performed twice in Westminster Abbey (televised live on BBC TV) and the Presidential Palace in Malta and St Georges Hannover Square at official functions attended by royalty and world leaders.