Michael R. Bundy is a music graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge. As a singer he has worked extensively with many of the world’s great orchestras and conductors, but, as a recitalist, specialises in the Mélodie. The late-nineteenth and early twentieth century French repertoire, be it vocal, chamber, operatic or orchestral has always been a fascination, and this has resulted in a desire to explore the neglected areas of all these genres.
In addition to articles, he has given lectures and lecture-recitals on the lives and mélodies of Widor, Vierne and Tournemire, in addition to more conventional recitals, at a variety of venues and festivals. A series of CD recordings of this material is also available on the Naxos label.
He is currently researching the unknown operas and oratorios by these same three composers.