Nigel Perrin initially went to work for the Church Army after leaving The Singers in an effort to promote and encourage music in churches around the country. However, after two years, he felt that the would prefer to return to the world of professional music and so set out on a freelance career. He has made two solo recordings with lutenist David Parsons; established his own chamber choir, Bath Camerata; taken over as Musical Director of the City of Bath Bach Choir and the Chamber Choir of the Welsh College of Music and Drama, where he is also on the teaching staff and is Head of Singing at Marlborough College. As an adjudicator for the National Federation of Music Festivals, Nigel travels all around the country and somehow manages to fit in the odd singing engagement, particularly his one-man show "The Secret Diary of a Counter-tenor!" Any spare time he has left is more than taken up with private singing pupils, choral workshops, judging national and international choral competitions and, occasionally, seeing his family!

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