About Drew Morton 

Drew has been involved in musical performance from a very young age. Trained in the classical repertoire, he sang in many London venues including St. James’ Chapel Royal, St. Clement Danes, St. Mary Abbots Kensington, Southwark Cathedral and King’s College London.


Since moving to Wales 34 years ago, he has sung with both Cwmbran Baroque and Llandaff Cathedral Choir, and is frequently engaged as a ‘basso profundo’, especially when a low Bb is required.


Drew is now also singing bass as well as being a part-time Musical Director, for the Dore Abbey Singers based in Abbeydore, Herefordshire and will continue to be actively involved in planning special services and events there.


He also organises ‘Come And Sing’ days in the Usk area, at which local singers and instrumentalists come together for a day’s rehearsal for a concert in the evening. In January 2016, a complete version of the Gloria by Vivaldi as well as solos and choruses from the 1st part of Handel’s ‘Messiah’


He runs a community choir – Village Voices – whose gutsy performances of modern songs have won many friends.

Drew also formerly ran the Flying Shepherds, a small and extremely popular chamber ensemble performing a variety of acapella madrigals, motets and part songs spanning 6 centuries.
















Drew also runs Doc & The Revd, a keyboard and vocal duo whose powerful renditions of modern songs are very much appreciated.


He has recently been involved in a number of local primary schools, teaching Yrs 4-6 a number of original songs to go with various events in the school year – Harvest, St. David’s Day, World Book Day, Leavers’ Assembly.

Drew is also arranging and composing original music for both choirs and schools and is willing to undertake commissions.


You can view a catalogue of music here.


Please get in touch with Drew if you would like to purchase any of his music or would like to talk to him about any of his musical activities.