Flynn Sturgeon is a passionate musical director and piano accompanist, regularly playing for choirs, conductors and theatre companies in and around London. A skilled sight-reader, Flynn is in popular demand as an accompanist, and enjoys a busy schedule of performances and rehearsals. Flynn read music (BMus) at Royal Holloway, University of London (2019), where he was awarded with a first class degree with honours. He studied piano under Eleanor Hodgkinson, and voice under Elizabeth Byrne, and was also coached by Mary Dullea (the Fidelio Trio), Tim Travers-Brown (the King's Singers) and others. Flynn also has a great deal of experience in orchestration, keyboard programming and conducting (piano/stick).
Flynn currently holds positions with the Gay Men’s Dance Company, Popchoir, Stagecoach Twickenham, and the Richmond Piano Academy, and regularly works with numerous other organisations including the London Oriana Choir, the John Lewis Partnership Music Society, the Talentz, and Sing for Pleasure. Flynn is the musical director of sell-out musical theatre concert series, Roles We’ll Never Play. As both a classical and musical theatre performer, Flynn has performed in a variety of venues including Canterbury Cathedral, Saffron Hall, the the Adelphi Theatre, and the Arts Theatre, and his music has taken him further afield, including Gothenburg, Venice and Krakow. He also plays accordion, organ and oboe to a very high standard. Flynn has conducted orchestras and choirs, and regularly arranges and orchestrates music for various ensembles. He is also the co-founder of Taxi Man Productions, and the London Thespian’s Choir.