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Hurley, David (15th February 1962-Present)

He is a counter-tenor who became a chorister in Winchester Cathedral Choir when he was 10 and at 13 he entered Winchester College.  He was a choral scholar at New College, Oxford for three years and also received a geography degree.

In 1984 he became a co-founder of the ensemble Oxford Camerata and in 1990 he joined the King’s Singers who he stayed with for more than 25 years, leaving in 2016

He has performed with many artists and orchestras during his career including the Boston Pops Orchestra, the Gabrieli Consort, L’Arpegiattia, New College Choir Oxford, Oxford Camerata and Richard Stoltzman.

The King’s Singers recordings
The Ash Grove (Traditional/Thomas Oliphant)
EMI 54904 (CD: Annie Laurie)
Countertenor – David Hurley
Countertenor – Alistair Hume
Tenor – Bob Chilcott
Baritone – Bruce Russell
Baritone – Simon Carrington
Bass – Stephen Connolly

Here he is singing with the King’s Singers on Sir Paul McCartney’s “Blackbird”.  He is on the far left…