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Stephen Meakins

Stephen Meakins is one of the UK’s busiest young accompanists. A keen collaborator, he is in great demand as a chamber musician and has performed in major concert venues as both soloist and accompanist. Recent venues have included St Martin’s in the Fields, St George’s Bristol, Dartington Hall and Wigmore Hall.

Born in Northampton, his formative musical education began as Organ Scholar at All Saints’ Church, Northampton, where he accompanied many of the choir’s recordings. Subsequently, Stephen held the Scholarship at St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne, Australia.

Stephen then went to study at the Royal College of Music with Niel Immelman and Kathron Sturrock. Whilst at the RCM he was awarded the accompanist prize in the Kathleen Ferrier Competition for Young Singers and was also a prize winner in the the prestigious Schumann Competition. 

Stephen accompanies for the New Virtuosi Mastercourse and also at Bute House School for Girls.

Faculties / departments: Junior Department


For enquires please contact:

Junior Department Enquiries