Dorian Edwards started his music experience age seven playing cornet with The Salvation Army in Maidenhead. Music has played a central role in his life ever since as a semi-professional singer, teacher and choir director. He has sung and performed in Europe, Asia and the USA, stating two appearances in Nashville as being amongst his favourite concert experiences.
He is often heard on BBC Radio Berkshire and his choirs feature regularly on radio broadcasts at Easter and Christmas.
After serious brain haemorrhages and strokes in 2002 his working life was compromised and he firmly believes that his music has been the main factor in helping his recovery. He has every intention of continuing to spread the ‘come and sing’ message to more people in the area.
He has always been ‘evangelical’ in his belief that anyone can sing and that singing in a choir is a great place to start. All you need is a desire to give it a go and he would encourage you to come and try singing and find out for yourself how much benefit it gives.