Roger Sayer is an acclaimed organist and choral director. Praised by film score composer Hans Zimmer for his “impeccable artistry”, his career has seen many highlights.

The winner of the St Albans International Organ Competition in 1989, his work has seen him perform as the organ soloist on the film soundtrack for Interstellar, give a live recital at Temple Church for the BBC, and become the first British organist to record the complete sonatas of Josef Rheinberger.

His other career highlights include founding the Rochester Cathedral Girls’ Choir and working as the accompanist and Deputy Chorus Director for the London Symphony Chorus.

Roger has recently been appointed Organist in Residence of Sinfonia Smith Square. We recently sat down to talk to him about his inspiration, working with Hans Zimmer, and some of his favourite organ pieces.