Our People

Meet the team

Patrons, President & Ambassadors

Meet our Royal Patron, Honorary Patrons, President and Ambassadors.


TRH The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester applaud after a performance at Coventry Cathedral

Royal Patron

HRH The Duchess of Gloucester

Honorary Patrons

The Archbishop of Canterbury and Archbishop of Westminster


Harry Christophers CBE


Anna Lapwood MBE and Alexander Armstrong

Our Volunteers

Meet our Trustees, Committee Members, Area Volunteers and Future Leaders.


Our Trustees

Meet our board of trustees, chaired by Jonathan Macdonald.


Meet the members of our committees, from Development and Programmes to Finance & Audit, the Events Working Group and Grants Panel
Congregation during a service at Southwark Cathedral

Area Volunteers

Meet the volunteer representing your local area (Local Ambassador), and the coordinator responsible for your region (Regional Coordinator).

Future Leaders

Meet our next generation volunteers, leading the way on engaging a new audience for cathedral music.

Our Staff

Meet our staff from across the Programmes, Development and Finance teams.



Cathy Dew, Programmes Director Olivia Sparkhall, Programmes Manager


Victoria McDougall, Interim Development Director Anna Kent, Digital & Communications Manager Katy Ashman, Development Officer
People chatting during a drinks reception in a cathedral


Jessica Lock, Director of Finance & Resources Amanda Walsh, Finance Officer

Adrian Horsewood

Editor, Cathedral Music Magazine

Adrian is an experienced writer on music, his particular specialisms being early music/historical performance, historical musicology, vocal music, and choral music.

Since November 2022 he has been Editor of Cathedral Music magazine, the flagship publication of Cathedral Music Trust. He was Associate Editor of Classical Music between 2017 and 2020 and the editor of Early Music Today between 2013 and 2018.

How to support us

Our work is only made possible through the generosity of our supporters and volunteers.  Each year we help tens of thousands of people to discover the joy of choral music in cathedrals, churches and local communities. Get involved and make a lasting impact on the lives of thousands of individuals involved in the UK’s vibrant choral music tradition.