19th March 2011: Beaumont Singers on the King James Bible The Beaumont Singers, conducted by Peter Kingston, present a varied programme of unaccompanied choral music, linked by the King James Bible. Music from Byrd, Tallis, Stanford and Walton.
5th March 2011: Wells Cathedral Organ Recital Organ students at Wells Cathedral School give a recital at 1.05pm in the Quire of Wells Cathedral. Owain to play works by Vierne, Howells, and Frank.
23rd February 2011: Millfield in Exeter Owain accompanies Millfield School Choir, who sing evensong at 5.30 in Exeter Cathedral.
13th February 2011: Spem in St Georges Bristol Exultate Singers bring extra voices to their ranks to perform Tallis’ ‘Spem in Alium’ in St Georges. Other items include works by Whitacre, Harris, Debussy and Stanford.
11th February 2011: Brass and Organ in Fordinbridge ‘A Fanfare for Brass and Organ’ is performed by Wells Cathedral School 10-Piece Brass and Owain Park, Organ. Conducted by Paul Denegri. The concert also includes music for Trumpet and Organ, from… Continue Reading
10th February 2011: Chordiac Arrest Debut Chordiac Arrest, 6-part male vocal ensemble, make their debut in St Cuthbert’s Church, Wells, singing arrangements of ‘Superman’,‘Short People’ and ‘Lullaby’. Other ensembles performing include the Wells Cathedral School Chapel Choir, Barbershop, Symphonic Wind… Continue Reading
5th February 2011: Chamber Choir & Wind Quintet Concert The Wells Cathedral School Chamber Choir perform English music from across the ages, with pieces by Gibbons and Morely, through to new compositions by Owain and Caspar Green. Concert at 7.00pm… Continue Reading
30th Jan 2011: Composers’ Concert ‘Full Moon and Little Freida’, Sophie Gallagher, Soprano; Iona Bird, Flugelhorn; Owain Park, Piano, is performed in the Wells Cathedral School Spring Composers’ Concert, alongside a choral composition by Owain, sung by the WCS Chamber… Continue Reading
18th Jan 2011: England, Labour and Love Wells Cathedral School Brass and Stephen Buzard, Organ perform Owain’s latest composition, ‘A Fanfare for Brass and Organ’ in Wells Cathedral, as part of the Brass Promenade entitled ‘England, Labour and Love’. Owain conducts.
2nd Jan 2011: The Tallis Scholars – Danish National Radio Broadcast The Tallis Scholars, directed by Peter Phillips, are broadcasted on Danish National Radio singing a concert in the Lund International Choral Festival; ‘Sweet Day’ is performed.
21st December: Christmas Spectacular The City of Bristol Choir joins forces with the Bristol Ensemble to delight a sell-out crowd at St George’s, Bristol, with carols and surprises!
19th December: Bristol Schools Chamber Choir and 9 Lessons and Carols The Bristol Schools Chamber Choirs perform Christmas favourites from Britten’s ‘Ceremony of Carols’ to Harold Darke’s ‘In the Bleak Midwinter’ in St George’s, Bristol. Later, the choirs of Westbury… Continue Reading
18th December: Wellensian Consort Live and Recording Carols The Wellensian Consort record carols for BBC Radio 2’s Pause for Thought programme on The Early Breakfast Show, before carol singing in Harrods Department Store.
14th December: Hogan Ensemble sing Messiah The Hogan Ensemble (CD available!) perform Handel’s Messiah in St George’s Bloomsbury, London.
12th December: City Wait Performance and Presentation The Guild of Guardian’s annual service of Nine Lessons and Carols is held at the Lord Mayor’s Chapel, Bristol, and Owain plays an organ piece, before returning to the Lord Mayor’s Mansion House,… Continue Reading
11th December: Hogan Ensemble Christmas Concerts The Hogan Ensmble go carol singing in Bristol on the 11th December, and give two Christmas Concerts – 3pm in Christ Church Centre, and 7pm at St Monica’s Trust Chapel. On the 14th December… Continue Reading
5th December: ‘Advent Antiphon‘ First Performance The Wells Cathedral School Chapel choir premiere ‘Advent Antiphon‘, a piece specially written for their Advent Carol service. Owain conducts, and Phillip O’Connor plays the Organ. Other pieces to be performed are works by Dove,… Continue Reading
27th November 2010: Carol Performance “All this night bright angels sing”, shortlisted from 130 entries into the final of 6 carols, is performed in Edinburgh. The judges are Bob Chilcott, James MacMillan and Simon Woods. Read more here.
19th November 2010: Composition Competition Winner “Time Was”, a setting of words from Margaret Colledge’s Poem “Shropshire”, has been selected as the winner of the Phoenix Singers of Shrewsbury’s Composition Competition.
13th November 2010: Mozart Requiem Wells Cathedral School String Chamber Orchestra and Chapel choir perform Mozart’s famous Requiem in Wells Cathedral at 7.30pm. Conducted by Christopher Finch.