The Director of Music
Stephen Kerr has been Director of Music at Holy Trinity since 2003.
Stephen holds Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Arts degrees as well as a
Graduate Diploma in Education from The University of Melbourne.
He has been studying piano since the age of five, and after topping his year
in music at University High School went on to study under some of Australia’s
pre-eminent concert pianists including Stephen McIntyre, Geoffrey Tozer,
Michael Kieran-Harvey and Dr Ian Holtham. He has studied pipe organ with
John O’Donnell and Douglas Lawrence and conducting under John Hopkins.
Stephen has been Director of Music at Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Kew
since 2003. Prior to that, he spent eight years at St James’ Old Cathedral
as the Director of Music there. Stephen began professional work in church
music at a young age.
He has many years teaching experience in his private studio and is a
sought-after accompanist. Stephen performs and conducts around Melbourne
regularly and recently performed as pipe organ soloist in Saint-Saëns’ Organ
Symphony with the Boroondara Symphonic Band. In 2010 he performed solo
recitals in New York and Toronto. Stephen is also composer of several choral
works and a founding member of the 'Quadratonic' vocal quartet.