In my day job I’m the Chief Executive of the chamber choir Tenebrae. The choir performs around 60 concerts each year all over the world, and we also run regular singing activities for hundreds of school children, young people and amateur singers. I live in London with my partner Andrew; he’s a scientist by trade, but we met singing in chapel choir at university. Outside of work I’ve tried to keep singing and, while I don’t do as much as I’d like, I’m still part of a chamber ensemble called Omnia. We’re all good friends and it’s very relaxed. A few times a year we shamelessly invite ourselves to stay with any friends or family members who live near a nice church, and we give informal concerts covering everything from Byrd to the Beatles.