Samuel Prouse was born in London, and was a prize-winning postgraduate student of the Royal Academy of Music. During this time, Samuel held organist posts at St Marylebone Parish Church and Westminster Abbey.
Whilst still a student, Samuel became a fellow of the Royal College of Organists and has given solo recitals at Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral, St Paul's Cathedral and York Minster, as well as concert performances in France, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Malta and St John's, Smith Square in London.
Samuel read Music at Royal Holloway College, University of London, where he was also Organ Scholar. He is a keen composer, and is fortunate to have had his choral compositions performed by the BBC Singers, the London Symphony Chorus and Siglo de Oro.
Toccata in C BWV 564i (Johann Sebastian Bach)
Christ, unser Herr, zum Jordan kam BWV 684 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier BWV 731 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
Fugue on the name BACH Op 60 No 3 ‘Mit sanften Stimmen’ (Robert Schumann)
Fantasia and Fugue on the name BACH (Franz Liszt)
Nimrod from Enigma Variations Op 36 (Edward Elgar arr Prouse)
Romanza from Symphony No 5 (Ralph Vaughan Williams)
Passacaglia: Death of Falstaff (William Walton)
Pomp and Circumstance March in C minor Op 39 No 3 (Edward Elgar arr Farrington)