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Gerald Fagan, retired June 2012 - London Fanshawe Chorus and the Gerald Fagan Singers

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Tickets Recordings Our sponsors Contact us UpTempo newsletter Bookmark and Share Gerald Fagan, retired June 2012 Gerald Fagan has long been regarded as one of the music icons of Canada. He brings a legacy of outstanding musical achievement, garnered over five decades of conducting both in Canada and internationally. Maestro Fagan has been a guest and founding conductor for many provincial choral organizations, including Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. In each of these provinces he assisted in the pioneering of Choral Federations, was a featured clinician in innumerable workshops and conducted elite Provincial Choirs. Twice conductor of the Ontario Youth Choir, he was also founding conductor of the Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir. Internationally, Mr. Fagan has performed on tour in Poland, Lithuania, England, Ireland, Belgium, Spain, Germany, France, Monaco and Holland. As a featured Guest Conductor, he has directed choirs from Cuba, Russia, Scotland, Taiwan, Germany, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Peru, Great Britain and the United States. Honoured by Choirs Ontario, the City of London and Conservatory Canada for his service to culture, Gerald Fagan also received honours from the President of Lithuania as the conductor of the first performance by a foreign ensemble following that country's declaration of independence. In London, Ontario, Gerald continues as Artistic Director of The Gerald Fagan Singers, Fanshawe Chorus London and The Concert Players Orchestra. He is in his 32nd year as conductor of these groups and offers each season a double series of performances as well as many appearances for presenting organizations. Mr. Fagan conducted choirs from across Canada at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa for the Canada Day Celebrations in July 2010. He also conducted the National Arts Centre Orchestra this past Canada Day. In August of 2010, Maestro Fagan received the prestigious President's Leadership Award from Choirs Ontario. In November he was awarded an Honourary Diploma from Fanshawe College, and in January 2011 he was awarded Ontario's most prestigious honour, being named to the Order of Ontario. In Summer 2011, Gerald Fagan was thrilled to be the Artistic Director of the first ever Bach Music Festival of Canada.


Gerald Fagan - Bach Music Festival

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Gerald Fagan
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: Gerald Fagan has long been regarded as one of the music icons of Canada. He brings to the Bach Music Festival of Canada a legacy of outstanding musical achievement, garnered after five decades of conducting both in Canada and internationally. Across Canada, Maestro Fagan has been a guest and founding conductor for many provincial choral organizations including Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Ontario. In each of these provinces he assisted in the pioneering of Choral Federations, was a featured clinician in innumerable workshops, and conducted elite Provincial Choirs. He was also the Founding Conductor of the Mendelssohn Youth Choir. Internationally, Mr. Fagan has performed on tour in Poland, Lithuania, England, Ireland, Belgium, Spain, Germany, France, Monaco, and Holland. As a featured Guest Conductor, he has conducted choirs from Cuba, Russia, Scotland, Taiwan, Germany, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Peru, Great Britain, and the United States. Honoured by Choirs Ontario, the City of London, and Conservatory Canada for his service to culture, Gerald Fagan also received honours from the President of Lithuania as the conductor of the first performance by a foreign ensemble following that country's declaration of independence. In London, Ontario, Gerald continues as Artistic Director of The Gerald Fagan Singers, Fanshawe Chorus London, and The Concert Players Orchestra where each season he conducts a double series of performance, as well as many appearances for presenting organizations. Looking toward the future, Mr. Fagan will conduct choirs from across Canada at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa for the Canada Day Celebrations in July, and is thrilled to be immersed in the preparation of the Bach Music Festival of Canada.


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Mr. Fagan, who is a choral conductor, teacher and mentor, was recognized for his lifelong dedication to choral music and for enriching vocal traditions in Canada and around the world.
Howard Rundle (left) congratulates Gerald Fagan on his honorary diploma from Fanshawe College, November 5, 2010. Fanshawe president Dr. Howard Rundle presented Mr. Fagan with a Fanshawe College honorary diploma at the College's convocation ceremonies in November 2010. "Gerald Fagan is a music icon both in Canada and abroad. "On behalf of Fanshawe College, I extend my congratulations to Mr. Fagan." In addition to the Order of Ontario, Mr. Fagan has been recognized for his service to culture by the Conservatory of Canada and the City of London, where he continues as Artistic Director of the Gerald Fagan Singers, Fanshawe Chorus London, and The Concert Players Orchestra. He is also Artistic Director of the Bach Music Festival of South Huron, which will be launched in the summer of 2011. Together with the other appointees, Mr. Fagan was invested into the Order of Ontario by the Honourable David C. Onley, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario at Queen's Park on Thursday, January 27, 2011.


Gerald Fagan - London Fanshawe Chorus and the Gerald Fagan Singers

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Gerald Fagan
Photograph of Gerald Fagan Named to the Order of Ontario in January 2011. Honourary Diploma from Fanshawe College, November 2010. Recipient of the 2010 President's Leadership Award from Choirs Ontario. Gerald Fagan has long been regarded as one of the music icons of Canada. He brings a legacy of outstanding musical achievement, garnered over five decades of conducting both in Canada and internationally. Maestro Fagan has been a guest and founding conductor for many provincial choral organizations, including Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. In each of these provinces he assisted in the pioneering of Choral Federations, was a featured clinician in innumerable workshops and conducted elite Provincial Choirs. Twice conductor of the Ontario Youth Choir, he was also founding conductor of the Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir. Internationally, Mr. Fagan has performed on tour in Poland, Lithuania, England, Ireland, Belgium, Spain, Germany, France, Monaco and Holland. As a featured Guest Conductor, he has directed choirs from Cuba, Russia, Scotland, Taiwan, Germany, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Peru, Great Britain and the United States. Honoured by Choirs Ontario, the City of London and Conservatory Canada for his service to culture, Gerald Fagan also received honours from the President of Lithuania as the conductor of the first performance by a foreign ensemble following that country's declaration of independence. In London, Ontario, Gerald continues as Artistic Director of The Gerald Fagan Singers, Fanshawe Chorus London and The Concert Players Orchestra. He is in his 32nd year as conductor of these groups and offers each season a double series of performances as well as many appearances for presenting organizations. Mr. Fagan conducted choirs from across Canada at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa for the Canada Day Celebrations in July 2010. He also conducted the National Arts Centre Orchestra this past Canada Day. In August of 2010, Maestro Fagan received the prestigious President's Leadership Award from Choirs Ontario. In November he was awarded an Honourary Diploma from Fanshawe College, and in January 2011 he was awarded Ontario's most prestigious honour, being named to the Order of Ontario. In Summer 2011, Gerald Fagan was thrilled to be the Artistic Director of the first ever Bach Music Festival of Canada.


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