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Conducting Scholarship for Bristol University Chamber Choir (2017)
Will Brockman is a music graduate from Bristol University, where he specialised in musicology and composition. At university, he was a member of the University Singers, Bristol Madrigal Ensemble and a co-founder of the Berwick Consort. He is a member of the Rodolfus choir, directed by Ralph Allwood, with whom he has performed at the Royal Festival Hall in London and on BBC Radio 3. He was also a choral scholar at Clifton Cathedral, where he sang a different Renaissance Mass every week, and is taught by Angela Hickey. He is now a choral scholar at St Mary of the Angels, Bayswater.
He conducted Britten's Turn of the Screw in May with Bristol University Operatic Society. He also conducted Mozart's Requiem at St. George's Bristol and in Barcelona with the Bristol University Chamber Choir, as well as four other concerts of a capella choral music, ranging from Renaissance Polyphony to contemporary compositions. Since April 2018, he is the co-musical director of London-based Oread choir.
His solo experience includes singing the bass solo for Schubert's Mass no. 1, and various choral solos with the Madrigal Ensemble and University Singers. Most recently in June 2018, he sang the Bass solo for Mozart's Requiem at Exeter Cathedral. In June 2017, he sang Don Alfonso's part in LoveOpera's production of Mozart's Cosi Fan Tutte, and sang the part of Gianni Schicchi in their production of Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi in December 2017.
He is also a composer, who has had works performed in Britain and France, including a performance of 'On a Fine Morning' by the Lansdown Consort directed by David Bednall at the Langlais Festival in August 2017.
Will also manages Artist Partnerships and Projects at nkoda, the digital sheet music subscription service.
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