Samuel Jenkins tenor
Sam began his singing as a chorister at Guildford Cathedral under Stephen Farr. He was soloist in many recordings and Radio 3 broadcasts, and in 2005 was shortlisted for the BBC Radio 2 Young Chorister of Year. Sam then moved on to Charterhouse as a music scholar, also being awarded the Peter Attenborough Award for all-round ability. Sam was appointed Head of Choir in his final year and co-founded the school’s close harmony group, The Sutton Singers. Sam was then a choral scholar at Hereford Cathedral. He also sings with a number of other ensembles which include Voce Sanctis and the Rodolfus Choir, with whom he has been to New York. Sam is also a part-time lay clerk at St Joseph’s Church, Guildford and St Mary’s Church in Cobham & Stoke D’Abernon. He also plays the violin and piano, and now reads English Literature at Edinburgh University with a choral scholarship. Sam is currently taking part in the Genesis Sixteen training scheme for young singers run by The Sixteen.