Kevin Duggan read music at Bath University and the Royal College of Music in London. An accomplished recitalist, Kevin has performed widely and received a number of favourable reviews, including Musical Times and DOKS-bladet.
In 2014 Kevin performed in Denmark, Sweden, England, Germany, Italy, Australia and New Zealand. He is an experienced chamber musician and accompanist, and an ABRSM examiner since 2003.
Between 2004 and 2015 Kevin was Organist of St. Nicolas, Rønne, on the Danish island of Bornholm. He was the driving force behind the music festival Skt. Nicolai Musiksommer as well as a large number of other concerts. He was also a tutor for Zealand School of Church Music.
For several years, Kevin was Musical Director of Bristol Chamber Choir and the small chamber choir of Nordic Voices, and subsequently Skt. Nicolai Kantori and Bornholm Choral Society. He has been Director of Music at Dunblane Cathedral since April 2015.
Kevin has composed music for a wide variety of musical forces, including church and chamber music. He has received a number of commissions, most recently for a piece for accordion. In 2006 he wrote Kontakion for Bornholm, a large-scale cantata in connection with the 60th anniversary of Bornholm's liberation from the Russians.
Examples of his music can be heard on YouTube, for example, String Quartet, Magnificat, Vocalise and Watersmeet. His recording "Notes from a Small Island" includes organ music by Leighton, Langlais, Duggan, Duruflé, Ropek, Eben and J.S. Bach.