Owain Park: Choral Works has been nominated for a BBC Music Magazine award. The jury says: “There are many unctuous, somewhat anonymous choral discs. By contrast Park conjures up a brilliant, modern prism of sounds through which we glimpse fragments… Continue Reading
I was delighted to make my conducting debut with the BBC Singers at the Temple Winter Festival on 15 December 2017. The concert, which was broadcast live on BBC Radio 3, explored Christmas carols by leading 21st-century composers of choral… Continue Reading
Owain has signed to leading classical music company, Hazard Chase for Worldwide General Management. Hazard Chase have also signed The Gesualdo Six for Worldwide General Management. Click here to find out more about Hazard Chase.
Owain has signed a publishing contract with Novello & Company Limited. Existing works will be published, including ten pieces for unaccompanied mixed voice choir, compositions for men’s voices, others for upper voices and an Evensong service with strings. The next… Continue Reading
October 2014 marks a new chapter for Owain, as he begins a three-year course at the University of Cambridge, studying the music tripos. Additionally, he will be an organ scholar at Trinity College, working with Stephen Layton and the choir for… Continue Reading
Owain has finished his time as Senior Organ Scholar at Wells Cathedral, completing three years as a member of the Choral Foundation. Over that time Owain has conducted nearly fifty services, played for around a hundred, and taken numerous chorister… Continue Reading
This september, Owain begins two new musical posts; as Senior Organ Scholar at Wells Cathedral, and the conductor of the Mid-Wessex Singers. In the cathedral he will be playing for services several times a week, as well as conducting the… Continue Reading
Owain has been awarded the Senior Organ Scholarship to Wells Cathedral, beginning in September 2012 for one year. Afterwards, he will take up the Organ Scholarship to Trinity College Cambridge in 2013, studying music.
Owain has been awarded the Trinity College Cambridge Organ Scholarship, and, grades-dependent, will take this up in 2013, studying music.