Sam sang with the choir of Kings College Cambridge from 2000 to 2005. He is now in the Choir at Eton College in Berkshire.
In his final year at King's, he was made Head Chorister, and as such sang the famous 'Once in Royal David's City' solo on the BBC's 'Carols from King's' programme. He also sang in the recording of Karl Jenkins' Requiem in which he performed as a soloist in the Classical Brit awards.
He is now a Music Scholar at Eton.
After Eton, Sam returned to King's College of Cambridge University as a student, where he once again sang in its Choir, this time as a Choral Scholar, as the adult members are known. Sam graduated in June of 2014 with a degree in music.
King's College Choir, CambridgeSam LandmanFergus Thirlwell Following their phenomenally successful recording of John Rutter’s Requiem, King’s College Choir and Stephen Cleobury, return to Rutter’s music with the release of his settings of the Gloria, Magnificat and Psalm 150, in collaboration with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Christopher Beale, Fergus Thirlwell and Sam Landman, trebles.