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As conductor he has performed much of the standard Renaissance, Baroque and Classical choral repertoire and has conducted the various recordings made by YBC and YBS. He has also conducted much of the large-scale 19th and 20th century choral repertoire. As a solo keyboard player on harpsichord, fortepiano and organ he has recorded music by Bach, Buxtehude, Böhm, Pachelbel, Bruhns, Purcell, Blow, Prendcourt, Stanley, Arne and Duphly; a major project for WDR-Köln was to record C.P.E. Bach’s last six volumes of keyboard works.
He has performed at many festivals throughout Europe, in Festival Mitte Europa (in Germany and Czech Republic), Merseburg Orgeltage, Köthener Herbst, Knechsteden, Düsseldorf, Aarhus and Corfu and directed Christmas Oratorio, St Matthew Passion and Dido & Aeneas in Hong Kong.
Recent scholarly performing editions have included Sweelinck Cantiones Sacrae, A Gabrieli Missa Quando lieta sperai, anthologies of Victoria psalms and antiphons (1600), motets by members of the Bach family and celebratory odes by John Blow (Ode on the Death of Mr Henry Purcell) and Daniel Purcell. These are published by York Early Music Press. He is currently preparing editions of music for St Cecilia’s Day and other similar occasions by Turner, Blow and Daniel Purcell.