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Ross, Graham (conductor)
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Graham Ross (conductor)

Graham Ross is Director of Music and Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge, co-founder and Principal Conductor of The Dmitri Ensemble, and in demand as a regular guest conductor. Recent collaborations have included LPO, LMP, OAE, BBC Singers, BBCCO, Aurora Orchestra, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Norwegian Wind Ensemble, Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, Danish National Vocal Ensemble, and Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. At the age of 25 he made his BBC Proms and Glyndebourne debuts, and he has conducted and recorded many world premières including James MacMillan, Judith Bingham, Giles Swayne, Vaughan Williams, Imogen Holst, Nico Muhly, Brett Dean, Lydia Kakabadse and Matthew Martin. As a composer commissions have included BBCCO, City of London Sinfonia, National Youth Choir of Great Britain, Covent Garden Chamber Orchestra, Park Lane Group, and Wigmore Hall. He is founder and Artistic Director of Singers Abroad, running annual courses for singers of all ages, and a Trustee and Patron of the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music. He is a regular contributor on BBC Radio, including as a recent guest presenter of Inside Music. In 2021 he was made an Honorary Fellow of the University of Macau, where he was presented with a Half Moon Award for the Arts in 2019. He studied music at Clare College, Cambridge and conducting at the Royal College of Music, London.


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