Delius's Choral Music - with David Hill, John Gibbons and Michael Berkeley

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Find out about the glorious choral music of Frederick Delius from two champions of the genre in this fascinating discussion hosted by the Delius Society, in conversation with composer, Michael Berkeley.

Renowned for their fine musicianship, David Hill, MBE and John Gibbons, BEM are widely respected as both choral and orchestral conductors, with numerous associations to their name. Both have conducted many worthy performances and recordings of Delius over the years.

David Hill, MBE is widely respected as both a choral and orchestral conductor. His talent has been recognised by his appointments as Musical Director of The Bach Choir, Music Director of Leeds Philharmonic Society, Associate Guest conductor of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Principal Conductor of Yale Schola Cantorum, and International Chair in Choral Conducting at the Royal Northern College of Music. He was Chief Conductor of the BBC Singers from September 2007 to September 2017 and is a former Music Director of Southern Sinfonia.

John Gibbons, BEM has conducted numerous performances for Opera Holland Park and with most of the major British orchestras. He is Principal Conductor of Worthing Symphony Orchestra - the professional orchestra of West Sussex, Northampton Symphony Orchestra and Ealing Symphony Orchestra and is also choral director at Clifton Cathedral and Music Director of the St Albans Chamber Choir. John has recently been awarded a British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours' (2019) for services to music.

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SE1 8UE

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