Described by BBC Radio 3 as a 'vocal supergroup', Platinum Consort was established by Scott Inglis-Kidger and Claire Jaggers as a professional ensemble at the University of Cambridge in 2005. We specialise in bringing vibrancy to early music as well as breathing life into new music. The Consort also performs larger-scale works, such as the Bach Christmas Oratorio with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Our Boys' Choir runs alongside the Consort and provides a first class choral education for boys aged 7-18. Platinum Consort is also the leading provider of high-quality choral workshops in the UK, attracting singers from Europe, the USA, and even Australia. Inspiring good amateur singers in small groups since 2011, we offer bespoke choral workshops and individual coaching sessions which are highly sought-after. With our exciting repertoire, expert vocal coaching and positive approach, we will enable you to love your voice and experience choral singing like you never have before.
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Hailed by Classic FM as a “rising star of the choral world", Scott Inglis-Kidger is renowned for his passion and dedication as a conductor and vocal coach. He read Music at the University of Cambridge and sang in the world famous King's College Choir as a countertenor. Before running Platinum Consort full time, Scott cut his teeth as Director of Music and Master of Choristers at Willington Prep, Wimbledon and Thomas's School Battersea. He has worked as a vocal consultant and director with groups such as Battersea Choral Society, the Scottish Chamber Choir, Exeter Festival Chorus, St Albans Choral Society and Twickenham Choral Society . He has also guest conducted the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Scott continues to inspire and encourage singers of all ages, including the thousands of viewers of his YouTube channel, Sing with Scott. One singer described his participation in a session with Scott as “the most amazing musical experience of my life!". With bespoke workshops sold out months in advance and performances described as “pristine” and “intimate” (BBC Music Magazine), Scott is making a significant impact on the world of choral music.