May Organ Concert

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MAY 10TH. 7.30 pm
Aylesbury Methodist Church presents

Piers Maxim

 

 

Piers Maxim


IN CONCERT

A former boy chorister at St Paul's Cathedral, London, he gained his degree in Music at Cambridge University and continued his studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Composing music since he was 7 years old, he had songs, carols and piano works published while still at school. Composition highlights over the years, include commissions for a National Children's Home** celebration in Winchester Cathedral (The Land of Lost Content), and the millennium eve service of celebration at Southwark Cathedral, in the presence of HM Queen Elizabeth II (And I said to the Man).
As conductor of several choirs and choruses in England, Piers Maxim has conducted most of the choral and choral-symphonic repertoire.
Piers is now Director of Music at Great Malvern Priory, and Musical Director of Epsom Chamber Choir.
For ticket details please see the poster

** Now Action for Children

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