Charlie Andrews


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Charles Andrews is Liturgical Organist of the Temple Church, London and professor of organ and Organ co-ordinator at the Royal College of Music. Charles studied at the RCM with David Graham, Sophie-Véronique Cauchefer-Choplin, John Barstow and John Blakely with the aid of a Douglas & Kyra Downie Award, achieving the Harold Darke Memorial Prize for organ.

Before joining the Temple Church Charles was Associate Director of Music at All Saints, Margaret Street in the West End of London from 2011-16. Recently four live performances with the Temple Church Choir have been broadcast on BBC Radio 3, including the first performance of Carmina tempore viri by Kenneth Hesketh (nominated for an Ivor Novello Award) in 2021. Plans for 2023 include recording works associated with Henry Walford Davies and George Thalben-Ball (former Organists of the Temple Church) as well as recitals in Finland and Germany.

Faculties / departments: Keyboard, Academic staff


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Charlie Andrews

Organ professor, Organ Co-ordinator

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