Andrew Radley

Andrew Radley read Music and was a choral scholar at Clare College, Cambridge, before winning a scholarship to continue his vocal studies at the Royal Academy of Music and the Paris Conservatoire (CNSMDP). Since graduating in 2004, he has established a successful and wide-ranging career working with such eminent conductors …

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Owen Rees

Owen Rees has been Director of Music at The Queen’s College, Oxford, since 1997, and is Professor of Music at the University of Oxford. He is both performer and scholar, his scholarship consistently informing his performances. He also directs the professional vocal ensemble Contrapunctus, which since its foundation in 2010 …

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David Roblou

David Roblou is a conductor, harpsichordist, pianist and vocal coach. As conductor his repertoire includes 50 operas (from Caccini through baroque, classical and romantic standards to Alison Bauld – a world premiere) plus ballet, oratorio and orchestral works from all periods, touring the UK, Europe and the Americas. Founder Musical …

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Rodolfus Choir

With a sound hailed as ‘unspeakably beautiful‘ by Gramophone, the Rodolfus Choir has established itself firmly over a period of thirty years as one of the leading young choirs in the United Kingdom; during which time they have developed a lasting reputation for their commitment to the very highest level …

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Kate Royal

Kate Royal is the winner of the 2004 Kathleen Ferrier Award. She has sung Pamina (Die Zauberflöte) for the Glyndebourne Festival and Woglinde in Das Rheingold under Sir Simon Rattle at the BBC Proms. Opera engagements include Helena (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) for the Glyndebourne Festival and Teatro Real Madrid, …

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