Freddie Crowley is the founder and director of the Corvus Consort.
“They have an energetic and enthusiastic director in Freddie Crowley, who also has an engaging manner with an audience…”
— Wales Arts Review, Cath Barton
Freddie is a freelance musician whose career encompasses choral and solo singing, conducting, composing, arranging, recording, producing and teaching.
A member of the 2018-19 cohort of Genesis Sixteen, The Sixteen’s young artists’ programme run by Harry Christophers and Eamonn Dougan, he also held a 2019-20 Fellowship with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, and was chosen to be a Making Music Selected Artist for the 2020-21 season.
Freddie graduated in 2018 from Merton College, Oxford, where he read Music as a choral scholar. While at university, he was also a member of jazz a cappella group The Oxford Gargoyles and made frequent musical theatre appearances.
Freddie grew up in rural Devon, spending six years as a chorister at Exeter Cathedral.
He used to work as a barista at Monmouth Coffee Company, and can be found in the depths of Dartmoor when he has the chance.