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Gough, Rupert (conductor)

Rupert Gough (conductor)

Rupert Gough has been Director of Choral Music and College Organist at Royal Holloway, University of London since 2005. At Royal Holloway, Rupert has developed the choral programme to include weekly choral recitals, choral conducting courses for undergraduates, new choral commissions and developed the Chapel Choir into an elite group of twenty-four choral scholars. The choir has particularly come to prominence in the last few years through its series of recordings for Hyperion Records and exploration of new music from the Baltic States.

Rupert was a chorister at the Chapels Royal, St James’s Palace, and won a scholarship to the Purcell School. He received (with distinction) a Masters degree in English Church Music from the University of East Anglia whilst Organ Scholar at Norwich Cathedral. He spent eleven years as Assistant Organist at Wells Cathedral, during which time he featured on many recordings as either organist or conductor. In 2001 he won Third Prize at the St Albans International Organ Competition. He is particularly renowned for his concert and recording work in combination with violin as a member of the Gough Duo. The Duo has travelled widely with performances in Hong Kong and Moscow and numerous tours to the USA. As a conductor he has worked with a variety of professional choirs and orchestras, as well as many distinguished soloists, instrumental and vocal.


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