Choir of the Queen's College, Oxford

Soprano: Rebeccah Considine, Merryn Davies-Deacon, Sarah Gouldesbrough, Jessica Hughes, Esther Mallett, Rosie Miller, Charlotte Robinson, Emily Shercliff, Roya Stuart-Rees, Ellen Timothy, Claire Walsh

Alto: Helena Bickley, Esther Brazil, Claire Eadington, Daisy Gibbs, Tegan Lloyd Williams, Emily Tan,

Sheena Wong

Tenor: Felix Leach, Joseph Mason, Nick Pritchard, Matthias Range, Mark Rodgers, Paul Stapley

Bass: Milo Comerford, Ashley Francis-Roy, William Gillett, Thomas Nichols, Dominic Oldfield, Michael Peyton Jones, Sam Poppleton, Harry Sever

The Choir of The Queen’s College, Oxford is among the finest and most active university choirs in the UK. Its wide-ranging repertory includes a rich array of Renaissance and Baroque music and contemporary works. During the academic year it provides the music for services three times a week in the splendid Baroque chapel of The Queen’s College. Its extensive concert schedule involves appearances in many parts of the UK and abroad, including work with various professional orchestras including the Brook Street Band, Oxford Philomusica, the London Handel Orchestra, and Charivari Agréable, and

it broadcasts regularly on BBC Radio. Tours in recent years have included the U.S.A., Sri Lanka, Italy, Portugal, Spain, France, the Low Countries, and Germany. The choir appeared in the Warner-Brothers film Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, which was released in July 2009, and received a nomination for a Grammy Award. For further information about the choir and its activities, please see:

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