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Gary Sieling was born in Bedfordshire and educated at Dunstable Grammar School.  He read for his BMus degree at the University  of London, Goldsmiths’ College. He studied  organ with Peter Moorse, Nicholas Danby at  the Royal College of Music, Dr Peter le Huray  at St Catherine’s College Cambridge, and Jane  Parker-Smith.


Gary is Director of Music at All Saints Blackheath where he directs the fine parish church choir in regular Sunday services plus singing tours at home and abroad  


Previously he was organist of Dunstable Priory and then Assistant Master of Music at Peterborough Cathedral. During this time he was Conductor  of the Peterborough Philharmonic Society,  Director of the St Peter’s Singers, and  Founder and Associate Conductor of the City  of Peterborough Symphony Orchestra. He  played for the Cathedral Choir on two tours of America in addition to regular TV and radio  broadcasts and recordings.


As an organist, Gary follows a healthy solo  career. Concert venues in this country  include St Paul’s and  Canterbury Cathedrals, King’s  College Cambridge  and Westminster  Abbey. He has made  ten international  concert tours visiting Denmark, Germany, Italy  and USA. He also works as an organ accompanist to Choirs from UK and USA on  Cathedral visits, and to Choral Societies.                                          More...