Nicholas White’s musical career has evolved over three decades living and working in the United States. He is a Grammy nominated composer and conductor, as well as a versatile organist, pianist, and singer. In 2011, Nicholas was appointed to the post of Director of Chapel Music & Organist at St. Paul’s School, Concord, New Hampshire. Previously, Nicholas has held positions at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Beverly Farms, MA, St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, NYC, and Washington National Cathedral. He has held teaching and conducting posts with The Boston Cecilia, Chorus Angelicus & Gaudeamus, The Tiffany Consort, The Woodley Ensemble, The American University, and McMurry University. Nicholas sang as a treble chorister in his native England, went on to become organ scholar of Clare College, Cambridge, and has since developed a large and varied catalog of compositions for various ensembles and genres. His music is published by various publishing houses, and he has received numerous commissions from choirs and musical organizations across the world.