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     Choir of Keble College , Oxford

    This mixed voice choir is resident in the chapel of Keble College at Oxford University which was founded in 1870 by Edward Pusey, among others, and named after the English churchman John Keble.  It is known for its weekly services that are held on Wednesdays and Sundays and also takes part in many of the University concerts as well as the Ascencion Day roof service.  Outside of the University commitments they are heard in many cathedrals in England and perform in concerts worldwide.  Among their television appearances they have performed in Seoul Cathedral, Korea, in a peace and reconciliation concert and their Annual Carol Service attracts upwards of 400 people every year.  The current holder of the post of Chapel Director of Music is Simon Whalley.

     

    Recordings

    Once in Royal David's City (Cecil Frances Humphreys Alexander/John Henry Gauntlett)

    Priory PRCD 708 (CD: The Complete New English Hymnal, Vol. 8) ymna

    Conductor -  Gavin Plumley

    Organ -  Mark Laflin

     

    Sources:

    1. http://www.keblechoir.com/index.php
    2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keble_College,_Oxford

     

          

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



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