Orlando Byron


Orlando began his vocal studies as a child here at NLPAC before entering the Chapels Royal as head chorister to the Queen. He went on to study composition, voice and organ at the Junior Royal Academy of Music. He studied for a degree in music at SOAS, where he specialised in Japanese traditional music and became a qualified teacher of world music.

Orlando has a Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music, a gold medal from the Royal School of Church Music and has achieved ABRSM Grade 8 in a large number of instruments, including voice, music theory, flute, piano, organ and harp.

He continues to work professionally in a wide number of genres as a singer and accompanist.

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