The Bromley Boy Singers

With a reputation for quality vocal production, musical education, and an appetite for fun, The Bromley Boy Singers are one of the UK’s most well established independent boys’ choirs. Our aim is to inspire boys to discover and develop their vocal and musical skills within a friendly and encouraging environment.

Divided across four groups, The Bromley Boy Singers focuses on a well rounded musical education. In addition to vocal technique, boys engage in musical theory & sight-reading, harmony & ensemble work, communication skills, and performance skills. 

The choir continues to perform in prestigious venues across the UK, and Europe, including The Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, the Royal Albert Hall, the Barbican Centre, St.Martin-in-the-Fields, Notre Dame de Paris, La Madeleine and The Menin Gate. They won the John Langdon Award for Youth Choirs at the Cornwall International Male Choral Festival in 2015, and were finalists in 2017. 

For more information on the The Bromley Boys Singers, please visit our website:

Travis Baker Director

A native of Melbourne, Australia, Travis Baker is considered to be one of the finest organists of his homeland.

Travis is now based in England studying with world-renowned concert Organist, Dame Gillian Weir. In 2021, he was offered, and accepted a place on the Masters Degree programme, Instrumental Performance, at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire,

His recital career regularly takes him throughout the U.K., Continental Europe, Scandinavia and America. His growing reputation has led to invitations to give the Annual Opening Concert for the Organ Club of Great Britain and to première David Loxley-Blount’s Knotweed, commissioned by the Eric Thompson Trust. In July 2022 he will be soloist in Saint Sean’s ‘Organ’ Symphony, with  the European Youth Summer School. 

Travis was recently appointed organ teacher at Battle Abbey School. He is responsible for teaching several young organists, and is developing an ‘organ school’ with a reputation for excellence in organ performance. In partnership with Battle Abbey School, the neighbouring church of St Mary’s, and Chichester Cathedral, Travis has established a scholarship programme to help support these young organists; he is constantly working to encourage young minds to take an interest in learning the organ. 

As a Certified Master Teacher for Estill Voice Teaching Systems, Travis has worked with Estill Voice Systems in London, Australia, New Zealand and Northern Ireland. With Paul Farrington, Travis was responsible for coaching the cast of the feature film, Quartet, starring Maggie Smith, and subsequently worked on the feature film of Stephen Hawking’s life, The Theory of Everything. 

Travis is Director of  Music for:

The Bromley Boy Singers
BAY Courses

For more information on these groups, please visit the respective websites. 

Travis also works with the boy choristers of Westminster Abbey and collaborates with the Education Department of Glyndebourne working regularly with world-renowned voice coach, Mary King. 

Krystal Tunnicliffe Pianist

Australian pianist Krystal Tunnicliffe enjoys a varied career as a collaborative pianist and music educator. She works in both the Senior and Junior departments of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and is a Britten-Pears Young Artist, Ryedale Festival Young Artist, and an Oxford Lieder Young Artist. With duo partner Siân Dicker, she has performed at the Oxford Lieder Festival, LIFE Victoria Festival (Barcelona), the International Lied Festival (Zeist), and opened St John’s Smith Square’s 2020 Autumn Season. They are looking forward to recitals as part of the Aldeburgh Festival, Ryedale Festival, and the Ludlow English Song Weekend. In 2019, she won the prize for the best accompanist in the heats at Melbourne National Liederfest, and with Harriet Burns she was a finalist at the Maureen Lehane Awards.

Krystal completed Bachelor and Masters degrees (with distinction) from the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music and the Guildhall School respectively, before undertaking a Junior Fellowship at the Guildhall School. She is also a graduate of the Franz-Schubert-Institut in Baden bei Wien.

Krystal’s recent engagements include performances in London, Cornwall, Ireland, Wales, Belgium and France (Notre Dame de Paris, Disneyland Paris, La Madeleine), including recitals at Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, St-Martin-in-the-Fields, and LSO St Luke’s. In the summer of 2021, she was the pianist for Waterperry Opera’s staged song cycles, Lili Boulanger’s Clairières dans le ciel, and Vaughan William’s On Wenlock Edge. In 2018 she performed Bernstein’s Arias and Barcarolles as a part of the BBC Total Immersion Day, later broadcast on BBC Radio 3. She was the concerto soloist for Gershwin’s Rhapsody In Blue and Rachmaninoff’s 2nd Piano Concerto for the Chorus of Dissent. In 2019/2020, she was the repetiteur/orchestral pianist for NI Opera/Lyric Theatre Belfast’s Sweeney Todd, and Kiss Me Kate. She has been a staff pianist at Arts Educational Schools, Guildford School of Acting, Millennium Performing Arts, the Victorian College of the Arts and Opera Scholars Australia.

Krystal is also passionate about music education and outreach, and she is the Principal Accompanist and Piano Teacher at Surbiton High School, where she also works across both the Boys’ and Girls’ Prep Schools. She was a Wigmore Hall Chamber Tots Artist 2017-18, and has worked on education workshops for Glyndebourne Education Department, the Royal Academy of Music, the London Bach Choir, the Prison Choir Project, and Kingston Music Service. She is the accompanist for the award-winning Bromley Boy Singers, is the staff pianist for the BAY Choral Courses, and in Australia has worked with the Gondwana Voices.