He is Conductor of Stirling University Choir and a sessional tutor for the RSCM. He leads music-training events in Scotland and further afield, and is an RSCM examiner (Bronze, Silver and Gold singing awards).
He is co-author of the RSCM's Voice for Life programme, helping singers of all ages and abilities use their voice well, to understand the music they sing (and its context) and to contribute positively to the "team effort".
Following five years' pastoral work in South London, he was Director of Music at Arundel Cathedral for 10 years and Organist at Worth Abbey, before returning to Scotland.
He is a member of the Royal College of Organists, with an ever wide-ranging repertoire. He is supported by the IAO Brereton Memorial Fund (incorporating the Rolph Bequest), which aims to nurture organ and choral music for all.
As Programme Director for the RSCM's Sacred Music Studies, he has helped musicians and clergy to explore their vital work in worship: liturgy and music.
In 2015 he was awarded Associate of the RSCM (ARSCM) for considerable contributions of national significance to music and liturgy.
Sarah and Alistair Shaw
Sarah and Alistair are co-leaders of the Music Group, leading the music mainly for All-Age Services every month.
Malcolm plays the organ for Friday morning celebrations of the Eucharist and also on other occasions.
Previous musicians at Holy Trinity Church include
- Piers Jones (organist until November 2011)
- David Page (assistant organist until January 2015)