Tim Scott Whiteley

Tim 2013


Born in York, England in 1980 Tim Scott Whiteley started his singing career as a chorister at York Minster. In 2000 he won a choral scholarship to Christ Church, Oxford, where he studied German and Linguistics. In 2004 he founded, directed and sang with the Oxford-based, Renaissance ensemble Cantores Aedis Christi. In September of the same year he moved to Vienna, Austria where he co-founded Cinquecento, an a-cappella ensemble specialising in music from the sixteenth century Habsburg court. Cinquecento has made seven award-winning records for the Hyperion label and was awarded the prize for “Outstanding Promise” at the Musikfest, Bremen in 2009.
Tim now sings regularly with some of the world’s finest ensembles including The Tallis Scholars (P. Phillips), Ensemble Gilles Binchois (D. Vellard), Alamire (D.Skinner), Huelgas Ensemble (P. Van Nevel) and The Clemencic Consort (Rene Clemencic). Tim also works as a voiceover speaker, translator, lyricist and vocal coach.