• Susan Bickley

    Susan Bickley is firmly established as one of the most accomplished mezzo-sopranos of her generation, with a wide repertory encompassing the baroque, the great 19th and 20th-century dramatic roles and also contemporary music. She has sung on many of th …

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  • Barnaby Brown

    Barnaby Brown abandoned the bagpipe when he was thirteen to pursue the orchestral flute. Ten years later he saw the light, returned to the classical music of the pipes and settled in seventeenthcentury Scotland. He was in the middle of studying Gaelic …

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  • Iain Burnside

    Interweaving roles as pianist and Sony Award-winning radio presenter with equal aplomb, Iain Burnside is also a master programmer with an instinct for the telling juxtaposition. His recordings straddle an exuberantly eclectic repertoire ranging from Sc …

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  • Timothy Byram-Wigfield

    Timothy Byram-Wigfield has established a reputation as a prominent exponent of the organ, both as teacher and performer. A pupil of Richard Popplewell and David Sanger, he studied at the Royal College of Music and was Organ Scholar at Christ Church, Ox …

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  • Choir of Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge

    The Choir of Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge is one of Britain’s leading collegiate choirs. The College was founded in 1348 but the musical tradition stems from the late nineteenth century, when the well-known composer of church music Charles W …

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