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    Jackman, Jeremy

    He is an English countertenor whose musical education began as a chorister at St. Paul's Cathedral, London.   He attended Hull University and the Royal College of Music and then went on to work as a free-lance singer while continuing further study.  In 1978 he was appointed Lay Clerk at Westminster Cathedral but continued as a soloist in opera and ensembles.  In 1980 he became one of the King's Singers, who he was with until 1990 when he became a choral director and conductor, giving workshops and master-classes for established choirs.  He has conducted in venues including the Royal Albert Hall and Belfast Cathedral and many international concert halls.    He is also a composer and arranger who has arranged songs for the King’s Singers, a series of carols for the Dutch publisher Harmonia, Taiwanese folksongs and many Renaissance translations.


    The King’s Singers recordings

    Patapan and Farandole (Georges Bizet/Jeremy Jackman/Bernard de la Monnoye)

    EMI 49909 (CD: A Little Christmas Music)

    Jeremy Jackson – Countertenor and composer

    Alastair Hume – Countertenor

    Bob Chilcott – Tenor and Arranger

    Bruce Russell – Baritone

    Simon Carrington – Baritone

    Stephen Connolly – Bass


    Paul McCartney and the Frog Chorus recordings

    We All Stand Together (Paul McCartney)                                                                 



    1. www.kingssingers.com/aboutus/history.htm
    2. www.kingssingers.com/jeremy_jackman.htm


    4.                              Here he is with the King's Singers on "Creole Love Call".  He is on the far left....






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