Gareth Edmund Malone is an English choirmaster and broadcaster, self-described as an "animateur, presenter and populariser of choral singing". He is best known for his television appearances in programmes such as The Choir, which focus on singing and introducing choral music to new participants. Malone was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 2012 Birthday Honours, for services to music.
|Born:||Gareth Edmund Malone, November 9, 1975, London, England|
|Education:||Bournemouth School, University of East Anglia, Royal Academy of Music|
|Occupation:||Choirmaster and television presenter|
|Known for:||The Choir, The Big Performance|
|Awards:||2007: BAFTA Television Award – Best Feature (The Choir), 2009: BAFTA Television Award – Best Feature (The Choir: Boys Don't Sing), 2009: Broadcast Award – Best Popular Factual Programme Winner (The Choir: Boys Don't Sing), 2010: 36th BPG Television and Radio Awards – Best TV Performer in a Non-acting Role & best Factual Entertainment show (The Choir), 2010: Freedom of the City of London|
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About Gareth Malone
Reality personality best known for his appearance as a judge on the BBC Two reality series The Choir, which was hosted by Nick Lachey. In 2017 he began judging the reality competition Pitch Battle.
He began singing and playing piano during early childhood and joined the school choir at the University of East Anglia Norwich.
He worked with the London Symphony Orchestra to bring classical music to children before starting his award-winning show.
His wife Becky worked as an English teacher at inner-city London schools.
His single Wherever You Are (Military Wives song) beat Simon Cowell's X Factor winner Little Mix for the top chart spot.
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