Timothy's previous work and training spans a variety of genres, working at a variety of levels. He trained under the well-known choral arranger Michael Neaum, and also Anthea Cator at Clarendon College. He has taught at University College Bretton Hall, as well as spending a number of years running his own teaching practice. He now works as a choral leader, with a number of different groups - his own network of community choirs (BeVox), The Workplace Choir Company, and as a freelance workshop leader and motivational speaker.
Past work has included training the choirs for The Night of 1000 Voices™ at The Royal Albert Hall under Hugh Wooldridge, guest musical director for Jane McDonald's UK tour, musical consultancy for the The Rodillian Singers and the Nottingham Socialist Choir, and using choral singing as a leadership training tool with LaFarge Tarmac.
In 2019, Timothy formed the Choir Leaders' Choir, an ad hoc group of leaders of other choirs who come together to sing for fun.
He lives in Yorkshire with his wife Toni.
Conducting the National Festival Orchestra, Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Conducting 200 amateur singers and rock band at The Octagon, Sheffield
Singing with professional ensemble Singpact
At the end of a concert on board a cruise liner in the Baltic Sea
Conducting 80-voice choir at Djanogly Recital Hall, Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham
Appearing as guest conductor for Jane McDonald's UK tour