The pioneer and founder of the UK’s first gospel community choir (LCGC).
Under his direction and tuition some of the industry’s finest gospel and R’n’B singers have blossomed and found successful careers and can be seen with artists such as Ellie Goulding, Madonna, Eric Clapton, Sam Smith, Damon Albarn, and Emili Sande as well as private individuals merely wanting to learn or improve their skills.
He has provided musical direction for the hit west end production ‘Mama I Want To Sing’, the BBC film ‘Hallelujah Anyhow’ and provided his music and choir for The National Theatre’s production of “The Amen Corner” by James Baldwin.
Continuing to live the dream, he now tours the “The Bazil Meade Experience” to relive the music of his youth inspired by soul, jazz and gospel.
Bazil is constantly in demand throughout Europe and Scandinavia where he conducts gospel workshops and masterclasses. Servicing the budding interest in gospel.

The London Community Gospel Choir

Looking towards their 35th anniversary, the choir is more active than ever. From humble beginnings in 1982 they have gone on to become Europe’s leading gospel choir, and one of the most in demand choirs in Europe.

The choir regularly grace UK’s greatest stages such as Wembley Stadium (FA Cup Final), the Royal Albert Hall and are regulars at the nation’s Glastonbury Festival.

Recent collaborations include Damon Albarn, Sam Smith and Madonna at The Brits and Grammy Awards and now the X Factor! They gave a critically acclaimed performance at the British premiere of the Martin Luther King biopic ‘Selma’.

Visit their website to find out more.