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Conductors

October 22nd, 2008

Conductors that work with the Con Anima Chamber Choir:

Ed JonesChorusmaster: Ed Jones
Con Anima’s Chorusmaster, Ed Jones, has been involved with Con Anima for several years as a singer, chorusmaster and accompanist. As a conductor, he has worked with a wide variety of other groups, including being Musical Director of the University of Aberdeen Opera Society for two years.. [read more]


President: Paul Mealor, BA PhD FRSA
described in the New York Times as, ‘one of the most important composers to have emerged in Welsh Music since William Mathias… a real and original talent’ Paul Mealor has established a reputation as one of the leading of the younger generation of Welsh composers. [read more]


Andrew MorrissonAndrew Morrisson, PhD ARCM BSc(Hons) MRSC CChem CSci
was educated at Brentwood School in Essex, where he studied organ with Dr Edgar Brice from the Royal Academy of Music, and at Imperial College, London, where he studied chemistry. Following a move to Aberdeen to study for a PhD at the Macaulay Institute, he was appointed Assistant Organist at St Andrew’s Cathedral, Aberdeen, and then Organist and Master of the Choristers in 1983, succeeding Geoffrey Pearce. [read more]


Pete StolleryPete Stollery, BMus(Hons), MA, PGCE, PhD, FRSA
Pete Stollery is Professor of Electroacoustic Music and Composition at the University of Aberdeen. He studied at the University of Birmingham with Jonty Harrison and was a founding member of BEAST (Birmingham ElectroAcoustic Sound Theatre). His compositions are performed around the world at major festivals and conferences and most works are available on CD. A solo DVD-A was released in 2006. He is also passionate about education and working with young and emerging composers.


Roger Williams, BMus PGCE PhD ARCM FTCL ARCO FRCO FCSM FGMS
began his musical education at the Huddersfield School of Music (now University) where he studied Piano, Organ, Harpsichord, Harp, Viola, Conducting and Composition. He graduated with BMus Honours from the University of Wales (University College Cardiff) before proceeding to Goldsmiths’ College, University of London, for a Post Graduate Certificate in Education. He was awarded a PhD for his research into the early works of Arnold Schoenberg at King’s College Cambridge. [read more]