My large music room at home offers a stress-free environment to help you get the best out of studio recording sessions. An informal atmosphere combines with high-quality recording equipment and a superb piano, and there’s always time for a cup of tea and a break without feeling pressured…! The studio setting is ideal for demo tracks (with or without video) or even recording a full CD.  My newly-acquired Steinway piano is a joy to play and affords great sonority, depth, clarity and a huge palette of colours to inspire even the best professional pianist. (You can hear the Steinway on the track below: Where are the Songs We Sung?)
Below are examples of the versatile mixture of music that has been recorded here (with me at the piano unless otherwise stated). Thanks so much to everyone who features here!
Studio News

My recording space is currently being expanded and upgraded. By December 2023 there will be a new, sound-proofed studio. The larger space will be ideal for recording song, arias and chamber music, hosting workshops or even an intimate concert.

Audio – Classical Song and Opera

Audio – Pop and Musical Theatre

Where are the Songs We Sung? (Noël Coward) – from my new album with Angela Henckel – do come to the launch concert on 5th October!

Audio – Instrumental


Lucinda Scott – soprano

Nun eilt herbei

The Merry Wives of Windsor – Nicolai

Transatlantic Cabaret! (highlights)

Bass-baritone Thomas Barnard and pianist Christopher Gould present an evening of cabaret from both sides of the Atlantic for those of sophisticated tastes. You will be entertained (and even possibly slightly offended) with songs by Flanders & Swann and Tom Lehrer, plus the occasional ditty from Noel Coward and co. We will regale you with a veritable menagerie of melodious misadventures and literary lyrics.

 Christine Cunnold – soprano

The Letter Scene

Eugene Onegin – Tchaikovsky