Amy Bebbington

Conductor, Choral Specialist & Teacher

I delight in the opportunity to enthuse others about the craft of choral singing and direction.

I have a wide experience working with all ages and have a musical expertise commensurate with my extensive training in the UK and USA. Whether working in concert halls, specialist music colleges, cathedrals, community venues or classrooms, I place music education and excellence at the heart of what I do.

"Amy Bebbington is one of the brightest talents of her generation. She is a generous musician who exhibits with consistency both her passion for music, and a desire to bring out the best in those with whom she works. Amy is a skilled conductor and gifted communicator; working with her is such a pleasure!"
David Lawrence Conductor
Texas Tech University Graduate Choir

Texas Tech University Graduate Choir


I bring a fresh, dynamic and creative approach to choral leadership and enjoy all levels of choral training.


Holmbury Choral Society

Choral Specialist

I enjoy tailoring bespoke choral workshops to a broad variety of choirs and organisations with specific requirements. 


Teaching conducting for ABCD

Teaching conducting for ABCD


I place the students’ needs at the centre of my teaching and strive to encourage, inspire, motivate and challenge them in a safe and non-threatening environment.


Amy Bebbington & John Dickson


Saturday 23 June, 2018, Abinger Hammer Village Hall, nr. Dorking, Surrey

Generous podium time and a plethora of new and well-known works awaits those interested in signing up for this Intermediate-Advanced level masterclass. Amy, alongside her regular choir, Holmbury Choral Society, will host the day (10am - 4pm), which will cover the following repertoire: Cecilia McDowall's A Fancy of Folksongs, Sarah Deere-Jones' "Songs of the Seasons": Carmina Iocunda (receiving numerous premieres this year), Holst's Songs of the Rig Veda, and his folksongs: I love my love and Swansea Town, amongst others. Generous podium time will be on offer, covering topics such as posture, gesture, vocal and rehearsal techniques.

Fee: £70 (abcd members), £80 (non-members), £25 observers. Refreshments will be provided. Please bring your own lunch.

Transfers to/from Dorking station are available. To book your place, by 25th May, please get in touch via the Contact page.