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Jonathan P. Eyre is widely heralded for his creative and unique abilities in liturgical organ and silent film improvisation.


Concert appearances across the UK include Westminster Cathedral, Ely Cathedral, Truro Cathedral, Portsmouth Cathedral, Leeds Minster, among many others. He has been a featured artist for the Cinema Organ Society, and Viscount Classical Organs. Jonathan regularly plays recitals and services, and leads workshops in choir training, service playing, and organ improvisation.


He is Professor of Organ at Trinity Laban Conservatoire, where he teaches both repertoire and improvisation. Jonathan is also Chapel Organist for Trinity Laban based at the Old Royal Naval College Chapel, where he plays for weekly services, broadcasts, CD recordings and other special services. 

From 2012−2016, he was Sub-Organist and Assistant Director of Music at Bradford Cathedral. You will find a number of his CDs available to purchase in the Cathedral Shop. Previously, he held posts at Willington Prep School (renowned for its boys’ choir), St Nicholas Church, Harpenden (where he founded the girls' choir), and St Paul’s Church, Bedford.

Jonathan studied organ at the University of Sheffield with Neil Taylor, Andrew Fletcher, Gordon Stewart and Colin Walsh. He holds Fellowship and Choral Conducting diplomas from the Royal College of Organists and Trinity College London. 

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