Louis Halsey studied music at Cambridge, where he sang as an alto Choral Scholar in the celebrated King’s College Choir. In this capacity he took part in four of the famous Festivals of Nine Lessons and Carols under the renowned choral trainer, and Director, Boris Ord. On leaving Cambridge he embarked on a music career which took him all over the world conducting, lecturing, examining, and adjudicating. He was the founder of The Elizabethan Singers and The Louis Halsey Singers, and with these chamber choirs he directed concert performances, broadcasts, and recordings of a wide variety of music, including many commissions and first performances. For nearly 20 years he was a Music Producer for BBC Radio, and has held posts at the University of Illinois and Regent’s University, London. In the latter part of his career, Louis has been increasingly active as a composer and arranger.