The Choir of Clare College Comes to Town
Graham Ross, conductor/composer, Choir of Clare College
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Our guest describes the sound the choir makes and points out why an academically competitive institution like the University of Cambridge could nurture so many choirs. Graham Ross underscores why in the competitive race to recruit undergraduates to his choir, what it offers and what distinguishes this choir from others. The choir, after its recital, sings with the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra this weekend.
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