Malcolm Stowell has been the Organist and Choirmaster at St. Mary’s Parish Church for more than 26 years!
He is also Chairman of the Windsor & District Organists’ Association. In 1990 he started a series of Saturday Lunchtime Concerts featuring local artists at St. Mary’s which have now become very popular.
In addition to his own organ solo recitals, Malcolm rehearses and accompanies many of the performing artists at the piano.
In April 2004 Malcolm was presented with the Mayor’s Art’s Award in recognition of his services to music in Slough.
He is senior organist for the Reading Minster Midweek Choir, and works with the Herald Singers and Schola Cantorum Sancti Adigii.
Since 1998 he has also played the organ during the summer months at the Royal chapel, Windsor Great Park, for the Royal Family and rehearsed and performed for the services at Winchester cathedral at Christmas 2005 and 2006.
In 2005, Malcolm was heard on Radio Berkshire when he played at a special service with the Reading Minster Midweek Choir celebrating the Queen’s 80th Birthday, and he met both Her Majesty and the Duke of Edinburgh in 2011.