Edward Breen was a choral scholar at King's College, London and holds a Master's degree in Historical Musicology (Goldsmiths College) and a Postgraduate Vocal Diploma (Trinity College of Music).
Edward is currently writing his PhD at King's College London under the supervision of Professor Daniel Leech-Wilkinson on The performance practice of David Munrow and the Early Music Consort of London.
For the last ten years Edward worked as a singer and specialised in choral music. He has sung with consorts such as Chapelle du Roi, Artemis, Cantus Firmus (Utrecht), Ensemble Platensis (Lyon) and Kammerkórinn Carmina (Reykjavik), Euterpe Baroque Consort and Concertante of London. He has also sung for St Paul's Cathedral, St James-Spanish Place and Westminster Cathedral Choirs and has appeared in a number of professional chamber-opera productions.
Edward is also the education coordinator for this year's Various Voices Festival held at the Southbank Centre in May.