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Duncan Faulkner was born in Northampton and received his early education there. His first musical experiences were as a chorister at the parish church and piano lessons. He began learning the organ with Graham Mayo and became organist at two local churches whilst still at school. Studies continued first at The Royal School of Church Music with Timothy Farrell and Michael Fleming, and then at The Royal College of Music with Richard Latham, Oliver Davies and Herbert Howells, where he was awarded the Walford Davies Organ Prize. Recital venues have included Westminster Cathedral and St Paul's Cathedral as well as a number of local churches.

He is an experienced teacher, organist and accompanist who has taught music, musicianship and composition, and has directed numerous amateur concerts and musical productions. Currently, he is Director of Music at St Anne's, Wandsworth and works as a freelance organist and accompanist in the local area.



Copyright Duncan Faulkner 2009

Last updated: 20 September 2009