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James Grossmith

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Director of Chapel Music

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University of Glasgow
University Avenue
Glasgow , Glasgow G12 8QQ
United Kingdom

Company Description: 4. Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is one of the top 100 universities in the world with an international reputation for its research and teaching and it...   more
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Employment History

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Education

  • Chorus Master of Scottish Opera and director
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About us
www.wordsworthsingers.org.uk, 29 Dec 2014 [cached]
Founder-Directors Michael Hancock and Charles Harrison were succeeded in 2004 by James Grossmith, and in 2007 by Edward Caswell.
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James Grossmith is an orchestral, choral and operatic conductor based in Glasgow in the United Kingdom. He began his musical training as a music scholar at Charterhouse before being elected organ scholar of Clare College, Cambridge. Whilst at Clare, he acted as Musical Director of Cambridge Chamber Opera, in which capacity he directed productions of Mozart's Così fan tutte, Bizet's Carmen, and Haydn's Il Mondo della Luna.
In 1998 James was appointed Assistant Director of Music at Cranleigh School and Assistant Conductor of the Cranleigh and Godalming choral societies. He also directed the vocal octet Claritas in a number of recordings for the Etcetera label, including an award winning recording of sacred polyphony by Luca Marenzio.
In 2001 James won a scholarship for postgraduate conducting studies under Martyn Brabbins and Dr Alasdair Mitchell at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and moved to Glasgow.
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James was appointed Assistant Conductor for Haddo Opera's 2003 production of Lucia di Lammermoor and subsequently became Musical Director of the company.
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After completing his conducting studies in July 2003, James was awarded the Hugh S Robertson prize for Orchestral Conducting, the Peter Morrison Prize for contributions to the musical life of the Academy and the Silver Medal of the Worshipful Company of Musicians. In 2004 he completed a year of prize winning studies as a repetiteur scholar at the Academy.
James was Director of Choral Music at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama until the end of 2005. In January 2006 he was appointed Chorusmaster of Scottish Opera. He is Director of Chapel Music at the University of Glasgow. In addition to his work at Scottish Opera James has directed the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Scottish Opera for All, the London Sinfonietta, the Edinburgh Festival Chorus, the Aberdeen Sinfonietta, and the Paragon Ensemble. James continues to work with the Wordsworth Singers as a guest conductor. His personal website is www.jamesgrossmith.com
Former DoMs
www.wordsworthsingers.org.uk, 14 Jan 2012 [cached]
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He began his music
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In 1998 James was appointed Assistant Director of Music at Cranleigh School and Assistant Conductor of the Cranleigh and Godalming choral societies. He also directed the vocal octet Claritas in a number of recordings for the Etcetera label, including an award winning recording of sacred polyphony by Luca Marenzio.
In 2001 James won a scholarship for postgraduate conducting studies under Martyn Brabbins and Dr Alasdair Mitchell at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and moved to Glasgow.
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James was appointed Assistant Conductor for Haddo Opera's 2003 production of Lucia di Lammermoor and subsequently became Musical Director of the company.
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After completing his conducting studies in July 2003, James was awarded the Hugh S Robertson prize for Orchestral Conducting, the Peter Morrison Prize for contributions to the musical life of the Academy and the Silver Medal of the Worshipful Company of Musicians. In 2004 he completed a year of prize winning studies as a repetiteur scholar at the Academy.
James was Director of Choral Music at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama until the end of 2005. In January 2006 he was appointed Chorusmaster of Scottish Opera. He is Director of Chapel Music at the University of Glasgow. In addition to his work at Scottish Opera James has directed the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Scottish Opera for All, the London Sinfonietta, the Edinburgh Festival Chorus, the Aberdeen Sinfonietta, and the Paragon Ensemble. James continues to work with the Wordsworth Singers as a guest conductor.
Choirs will need to impress Adjudicators ...
www.choiroftheyear.com, 5 June 2014 [cached]
Choirs will need to impress Adjudicators Edward Caswell (internationally renowned choral conductor) and James Grossmith (former Head of Choral Music at Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama)
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James Grossmith, Choir of the Year judge said:
Contacts | Scottish Opera
www.scottishopera.org.uk, 3 Sept 2014 [cached]
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www.wordsworthsingers.org.uk, 4 July 2012 [cached]
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James Grossmith is an orchestral, choral and operatic conductor based in Glasgow in the United Kingdom. He began his musical training as a music scholar at Charterhouse before being elected organ scholar of Clare College, Cambridge. Whilst at Clare, he acted as Musical Director of Cambridge Chamber Opera, in which capacity he directed productions of Mozart's Così fan tutte, Bizet's Carmen, and Haydn's Il Mondo della Luna.
In 1998 James was appointed Assistant Director of Music at Cranleigh School and Assistant Conductor of the Cranleigh and Godalming choral societies. He also directed the vocal octet Claritas in a number of recordings for the Etcetera label, including an award winning recording of sacred polyphony by Luca Marenzio.
In 2001 James won a scholarship for postgraduate conducting studies under Martyn Brabbins and Dr Alasdair Mitchell at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and moved to Glasgow.
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James was appointed Assistant Conductor for Haddo Opera's 2003 production of Lucia di Lammermoor and subsequently became Musical Director of the company.
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After completing his conducting studies in July 2003, James was awarded the Hugh S Robertson prize for Orchestral Conducting, the Peter Morrison Prize for contributions to the musical life of the Academy and the Silver Medal of the Worshipful Company of Musicians. In 2004 he completed a year of prize winning studies as a repetiteur scholar at the Academy.
James was Director of Choral Music at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama until the end of 2005. In January 2006 he was appointed Chorusmaster of Scottish Opera. He is Director of Chapel Music at the University of Glasgow. In addition to his work at Scottish Opera James has directed the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Scottish Opera for All, the London Sinfonietta, the Edinburgh Festival Chorus, the Aberdeen Sinfonietta, and the Paragon Ensemble. James continues to work with the Wordsworth Singers as a guest conductor. His personal website is www.jamesgrossmith.com
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