Professional engineer, academic, organist, pianist, choral director, singer
David M Howard is available to play organ, piano or keyboard for weddings, services, concerts or after dinner events either as a soloist or as accompanist. David works with his daughter, Annie Howard - mezzo soprano, to provide music for weddings, receptions and other occasions. Please email me for further details on:
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 Musical Director
David is the Musical Director of Feltham Choral, an approximately 30-strong adult SATB choir who sing three concerts per year, usually in St. Dunstan's Feltham. David used to conducted Consonance, a choir that replaced the Vale of York Voices, which was a choir that sang evensong in York Minster approximately once a month on Mondays when the Minster Choir had its day off. Consonance sang evensongs in St. Helen's Church in York. 

David plays the organ and has played regularly for many years as an organist in a local church, currently St Mary's Thorpe near Staines (2 manuals and pedals). In the past he has been organist at St. Luke's, York, Christ the King, London, He also accompanies regularly on the piano for after dinner events, concerts and other events.

Synthesizer player
In the past he has done extensive work playing synthesizers in church (David was the author of the Royal School of Church Music's: Synthesizers in Worship) with professional composer, organist and harpsichord player Alan Wilson. Alan and David were the first to use synthesizers on Radio 2's Sunday Half Hour and Radio 4's Morning Worship.


David has a few compositions: Postlude for Mae (for Organ), a chant for Psalm 76, Vocal Vision I for pre-programmed four-part vowel synthesis and two sopranos (Vocal Vision I on YouTube) and Vocal Vision II for two-part live synthesiser with a tenor and bass (Vocal Vision II on YouTube). He also arranged O mio babbino (Puccini) to enable it to be accompanied on his Vocal Tract Organ in front of HRH The Princess Royal (O mio babbino performance on YouTube).

David playing the Vocal Tract Organ
These resources are on David's YouTube channel (doctordmh)

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