As part of the Wells Cathedral School Vocal Prestige Concert, the Wells Cathedral School Chapel and Chamber Choirs, the Wellensian Consort, along with Wells Cathedral School Brass perform Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms, Rutter’s Gloria and Dove’s The Passing of the Year, as well as works by… Continue Reading
Owain has been commissioned to write a “celebratory organ piece for Pentecost based on Herbert Howells’ tune ‘Salisbury’” for Choir and Organ Magazine’s New Music series. The piece will be published in the May/June issue, and premiered by David Halls… Continue Reading
‘Let thine heart’ has been published in the RSCM’s ‘King James Bible Anthems’ collection, which is available from the RSCM shop online. The piece has been performed recently by the Royal College of Music Junior Department Chamber Choir, and also… Continue Reading
On the 18th December, The Mid-Wessex Singers, directed by Iain MacCleod-Jones, perform Owain’s While Shepherds Watched in their annual Christmas Concert. On the 11th December, the Wells Cathedral School Chapel Choir, conducted by Chris Finch, perform the carol as part of… Continue Reading
Owain accompanies Sophie Gallagher and Xavier Hetherington in a Christmas concert for voice and piano. As well as works by Mozart, Fauré and Bellini, Owain’s ‘Away in a Manger‘ is premiered; the combination being Soprano, Tenor and Piano.
As part of the St Andrew’s day 10am Eucharist, the Wells Cathedral Choristers, Choral Scholars and Wells Cathedral School Chapel Choir perform Owain’s ‘St Andrew’s Service‘ for the first time. Jonathan Vaughn, Organ; Matthew Owens, Conductor.
The Wells Cathedral School Chapel Choir premiere Owain’s setting of Thomas Campion’s words, ‘View me Lord‘, as part of their evening service in Wells Cathedral on the 16th October 2011; Owain conducts.
Owain has been awarded the Trinity College Cambridge Organ Scholarship, and, grades-dependent, will take this up in 2013, studying music.
Pegasus, the London Chamber choir, performed ‘Let Thine Heart‘ in the Temple Church, London on the 17th September, 2011.
6th August 2011: Full Moon and Little Frieda in the RCM Full Moon and Little Frieda, a setting of Ted Hughes’ poem, was performed in the Royal College of Music by members of the Aurora Orchestra, and will be broadcast… Continue Reading
‘Nunc Dimittis‘, a setting of the Song of Solomon for SATTBB is premiered in Keble College Chapel, Oxford, by participants of The Organ Scholar Experience 2011 at a service of compline, with Owain conducting.