Freddie Crowley is the founder and director of the Corvus Consort.
Freddie is a freelance musician whose career encompasses choral and solo singing, conducting, composing, arranging, 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 is also the founder and director of the Whiddon Autumn Festival, an annual Festival of vocal and chamber music set in and around the historic Whiddon Parishes of North Dartmoor, bringing world-class young musicians to perform in the heart of Devon.
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.