Edward Burrowes was born in August of 1985. He followed in the footsteps of his older brother, Connor Burrowes, by becoming a chorister at St. Paul's Cathedral in 1993. He was appointed head chorister in 1997. After St. Paul's he joined Boys Air Choir, a group of former St. Paul's boys, along with his brother Patrick. Edward toured Brazil and Holland with the St. Paul's Choir, performed in The Snowman, and has appeared in the Royal Opera Company's production of Turn of the Screw. He was also extensively featured in the 1998 BBC documentary "St. Paul's: Me or the Music".
At 17, Edward received a scholarship and was attending the Charterhouse School in Surrey. His younger brother Patrick also sang in St Paul's Cathedral Choir and Boys' Air Choir, and his sister Elisabeth sings in the Salisbury Cathedral Girls' Choir.
Edward Burrowes Broadcast on BBC2.
Features the daily life of the choristers of St. Paul's while Edward Burrowes is head chorister there. Also includes a portion of his radio interview on BBC Radio 3.
St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, LondonEdward Burrowes From Sir Christopher Wren's spectacular St. Paul's Cathedral in London, Christmas Glory with Kiri Te Kanawa brings viewers a traditional Christmas concert commemorating the 300th anniversary of this architectural masterpiece. Kiri Te Kanawa leads a distinguished cast of stars in readings. John Scott directs the Choir of St. Paul¹s Cathedral, with soloist treble Edward Burrowes, baritone Stephen Roberts and countertenor Stephen Bowman. Selections include "Once in a Royal David's City," "Oh Holy Night" and "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing."