Simon Dinsdale

Simon is a highly experienced, versatile pianist and organist specialising in vocal and choral accompaniment for rehearsals, exams, concerts, church services and special ceremonies for all life’s events. Used to performing in a wide range of venues both in the UK and abroad, Simon offers a friendly, flexible and professional service.

  • Wedding Ceremonies

  • Church Services
  • Funeral Ceremonies
  • Choral Society Rehearsal Accompaniment

  • Memorial Services
  • Concerts

  • Exam accompaniment

  • Recordings

Simon Dinsdale

Testimonials

I wonder sometimes what life was like before Simon Dinsdale. He has the patience of a saint and the talent of someone who should be performing organ recitals all over the world. We are very fortunate to have such a warm working relationship with him. What a wonderful musician.

ER-H, Reading

I just wanted to say a huge thank you for your amazing playing today. I felt completely at ease having you on the organ, it truly made the event and I’ve had so many people contact me to say how brilliant you were.

SH, Devizes

I just wanted to say a huge ‘thank you’ for yet again accompanying the choir and making the Rutter come alive last night! It was quite a challenge for the choir to sing, and from what we could see of the organ part, probably not a walk in the park for the instruments either!

JB, Reading

It’s always lovely for the choir to have such a supportive organist. It really brings out the best in us.

PA, Reading

Please do pass on our thanks to Simon for accompanying the choir so well and ending each service with remarkable voluntaries.

IR on behalf of the Dean & Chapter, Canterbury Cathedral
Simon Dinsdale playing organ

The Singers must have enjoyed being accompanied by Simon Dinsdale on the organ. If a concert is to have a hero you would be hard pressed to find better as he was a master craftsman and made the instrument sing in a way I find hard to recall in the thirty years or so I have known the Minster. He adapted wonderfully well to the variety of musical styles and I froze when, at the end of ‘Glory to God’, by some miracle, he made the angels vanish into thin air above the plains of Bethlehem.

GB, Warminster
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