The Choir, a Charity, is run by a Committee of Trustees elected by Choir members plus the Conductor. They are responsible for overseeing the finances of the Choir; selecting works for the Choir to sing; and organising and managing concerts. The Committee also selects any charities which are to benefit from a donation by the Choir.
Chair: Martha Wooldridge email@example.com
Secretary: Sue Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Ken Perry
Librarian: Sally Bramhill
Publicity Officer: VACANCY
Conductor: Jeremy Lingard
without portfolio: VACANCY
Website Admin: Sue Ryan email@example.com
Person: Pat Howard
Music has been a major part of Jeremy’s life: he was playing the piano by ear long before he had lessons, helped others of his age to make music in his own style and sang in the school chapel choir, visiting Cambridge at one point to hear the King’s College choir there. These experiences were a major influence in his developing love of choral music........
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Michael has been interested in early Music (16th and 17th century) since school and while he was a student at King’s College, Cambridge as one of the music scholars.
He continued to specialise in this field through 30 years of running music in schools and at Chichester College of Further Education adding, over time, the 18th century as another period of particular interest.
Michael divides his time between Llandrindod Wells, where he accompanies Cantorion Llandrindod and conducts his own small chamber choir, and London where he is organist and choirmaster at St Peter’s, Clapham.