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EDWARD WICKHAM Guest Conductor . Edward Wickham is a leading expert in the vocal music of the Renaissance and as a teacher and performer has done much to pioneer the repertoire, particularly of the Franco-Flemish masters.
Dr. Edward Wickham is Bass vocalist, Director of Music and a Fellow at St. Catharine's College, Cambridge where he lectures on 15th and 16th century music, he is also founder and director of the British early music vocal ensemble The Clerks' Group.
The Very Rev Edward Charles Wickham was Dean of Lincoln from to Born on 7 December 1834, he was educated at Winchester and New College, Oxford, being appointed a Probationary Scholar at 17 and eventually rose to be a Fellow. He was Headmaster of Wellington College from to before his appointment to the Deanery. He died on 18 August
The Clerks (formerly The Clerks Group) are a British early music vocal ensemble. They have ... Formed by Edward Wickham in from choral scholars (also known as Academical Clerks – hence the name) at Oxford University, the ensemble ...
Biography. Edward Wickham is a Fellow and Director of Music at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge. He combines his duties in Cambridge with performing engagements throughout the world, principally with The Clerks, the vocal ensemble which he formed in
Edward Wickham (Bass, Choral Conductor) Born: England The English bass, choral conductor and pedagogue, Edward Wickham, graduated in Modern History from Christ Church, Oxford, where he was also a choral scholar.
· The St Catharine's Girls' Choir, Cambridge & Edward Wickham (conductor) The St Catharine’s Girls’ Choir, Cambridge, with director Edward Wickham, celebrate ten years since their foundation with this album of works for upper voices. In marking the momentous occasion in when St Catharine’s created the first college-based girls’ choir, the current choristers of this acclaimed group ...