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cleobury.jpgStephen Cleobury is Director of Music at King’s College, Cambridge and Conductor Laureate of the Bbc Singers. He ranges across a broad repertoire, from Gregorian chant to newly composed works. In March 2005, he instigated the first Easter Festival of Music at King’s. He has premièred many works with the Bbc Singers.
As Conductor of the Cambridge University Music Society, Stephen has directed the major works for chorus and orchestra as well as symphonic repertoire. Recent Cums performances have included Mahler Resurrection Symphony, Berlioz Requiem, Dvořák Stabat Mater, Vaughan Williams A Sea Symphony, and Tippett A Child of Our Time, Verdi Requiem and Händel Solomon.
He has worked with many ensembles, including the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, the Bbc Concert Orchestra, the Philharmonia, the London Philharmonic, Southbank Sinfonia, the Academy of Ancient Music, the Irish Chamber Orchestra, the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Endymion and His Majesty’s Sagbutts and Cornetts. Of late, performances as an organ recitalist have taken him to venues as diverse as Hong Kong, Haderslev Cathedral in Denmark and Salt Lake’s huge Lds Conference Center. He has directed the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in Salt Lake City, recorded with the Bbc Singers a Cd of Tippett’s choral music, and conducted the Israel Camerata in Tel-Aviv and Jerusalem, and the National Chamber Choir of Ireland in Dublin.