Organist, Pianist and Conductor, Michael started his formal musical training at 4, later becoming a boy chorister in the North West UK.
Currently Director of Music at St Luke's Church, Jersey CI, Michael oversees all aspects of music making in this historic Anglo-Catholic Church on the edge of Howard Davies Park. An adult choir and newly established children's choir chorister programme make St Luke's a very musically active Church, whose mission and outreach are at the heart of the musical life of the Parish.
Michael Wynne has gained a wide reputation for his engaging and inspiring performances and has travelled widely giving concerts in the UK and abroad. Recent and future engagements include St. Paul’s Cathedral, London; The Temple Church, London; Westminster Cathedral; Lincoln Cathedral; Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral; St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh; Sheffield Cathedral; St. Ouen, Rouen; Notre Dame de Paris; The American Cathedral, Paris; Saint Maria delle Grazie Church, Anghiari; and Peterskirche, Wien.
Michael was organ scholar at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, studying with Ian Tracey, then continued studies at the Royal Academy of Music with Susan Landale, David Titterington and Patrick Russill, improvisation with David Briggs and Olivier Latry, and conducting with Fraser Goulding and Vernon Handley. He has taken part in masterclasses with Jacques van Oortmerssen, Gillian Wier, Naji Hakim, Daniel Roth.
He has performed across the UK and Europe, including St Paul's Cathedral, London (UK), Peterskirche, Wien (Austria) and Saint Sulpice, Paris (France).