Our People

Musical Director

Alex Lindsay is a freelance musician and educator based in the Black Country.While studying for his A levels, Alex began singing in college choirs and developed a passion for choral music. Holding a Bachelor of Music from the University of Birmingham, he is very much interested in composition and musicology – particularly the analysis of Seventeenth Century vocal music.

Alex is currently working in Dudley as a classroom music teacher and in his spare time is still very much involved in music; he’s often found singing with the Birmingham Bach Choir or hiding away in his home studio composing. Alex also has interests in audio recording and production; particularly in the recording of classical ensembles. He has recorded several local ensembles including chamber choirs, brass bands and orchestras.

As a singer, Alex has been involved in many exciting projects including the BBC Proms Youth Choir during a performance of John Adam’s Harmonium and has performed a range of music from motets and madrigals to large orchestral works such as Mahler’s Eighth Symphony. In 2018, Alex began building his skills and reputation as a conductor through directing the Warley Male Choir and as of January 2020 became the Musical Director of The Fellowship Singers of Shirley.







Our Accompanist is Stuart Jeffs.