Jack Reddick is a boy treble soloist, chorister and instrumentalist based in Wallington, Surrey, England.
His singing career began at the age of 9 in a school production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, where he appeared as Joseph. He was then invited to join St. Mary's Boys' Choir, Beddington, where he still sings today. The choir has sung at both Ely and St. Pauls Cathedrals, and on concert tours in Germany.
Jack has recently recorded his debut album - Music From the Heart. The album includes classical and traditional folk solo vocals, together with solo flute, piccolo and recorder pieces. Piano and harpsicord accompaniment is by Andrew Wilson, who is also Jack's singing coach. The album was recorded live at the Royal College of Music Recording Studios, London.
During the summer of 2010, Jack sung recitals at the Old Charterhouse School, London, at church concerts in Worthing, Sussex, and Godalming in Surrey. He has just completed 2 tours of Bavaria, Germany, performing further recitals from the album and other material. A live recording of the tour is planned for release later in the year.
Jack is now a pupil at Whitgift School, Surrey, having won a music scholarship earlier in the year.
Jack Reddick The debut album from Jack Reddick, an English boy treble soloist, chorister and instrumentalist. Recorded live in May 2010 at the Royal College of Music Recording Studios, London. The album contains classical and traditional solo vocals together with flute, piccolo and recorder solo instrumentals. Piano and harpsichord accompaniment by Andrew Wilson.
Unfortunately this nice album was only professionally produced on CD-R media.