TA TALK: THE MAESTRO BEHIND THE MUSIC
Join us for an exclusive evening with Bob Chilcott, an acclaimed composer, conductor, and singer with a deep-rooted connection to choral music. From his early days as a chorister at King’s College, Cambridge, to his 12-year tenure with the King’s Singers, Bob’s journey is a testament to his passion and innovation.
In 1997, he embraced composing full-time, creating a remarkable catalog published by Oxford University Press. His compositions, including “Can you hear me?,” “A Little Jazz Mass,” and “Requiem,” are performed worldwide.
Bob’s influence extends beyond composing. He’s conducted choirs across 30 countries and led the Chorus of The Royal College of Music in London for seven years. Since 2002, he’s been Principal Guest Conductor of the BBC Singers.
Join us at 7pm on 2nd February at Warminster School for an insightful evening with Bob, with refreshments and canapes served during the evening. Whether you’re a choral music enthusiast or simply curious about his remarkable journey, this talk promises to inspire. Tickets are free, but booking is essential. All are welcome!
Tickets available via Verlucian Community