Joseph Wicks is Assistant Director of Music at Truro Cathedral. He is also Musical Director of St Mary’s Singers, the cathedral’s voluntary choir. He came to Truro in September 2017 from St John’s College, Cambridge, where he held an Organ Scholarship and later the post of Assistant Organist. He sings tenor in The Gesualdo Six, and founded The Beaufort Singers during his final year in Cambridge. Please browse this website to find out more.







Final Recital at St John’s

Joseph’s final organ recital at St John’s College as Assistant Organist takes place on the final day of services sung by the College Choir during its Summer Residence, on Sunday 9 July at 6pm. The programme will be the Sonata on the 94th Psalm by Julius Reubke.

Moving to Truro Cathedral

Joseph has been appointed as the new Assistant Director of Music at Truro Cathedral, a post he will take up in August 2017. This is a very exciting first appointment for Joseph, and he is hugely looking forward to moving to Cornwall over the summer.

Joseph graduates from Cambridge

13 June 2016 — Joseph is to graduate from Cambridge University with a degree in Music. This week, Joseph received the news that he achieved a high 2:i. This result applies to work completed and examined in his third and final year, during which Joseph also obtained his FRCO diploma with the prestigious Limpus prize, recorded a CD, broadcast two services on BBC Radio and toured the Netherlands and the USA with St John’s College Choir. Joseph could not be more delighted with his result, and will be admitted to the BA degree on 22nd June.