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us: Webber, Geoffrey

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    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Cambridge (England)
    • Gender

    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Music
      • Occupation

          (lcsh) Organists
            (lcsh) Conductors (Music)
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        • Sources

          • found: Magdalen College (University of Oxford). Choir. The English anthem, c. 1900-1930 [SR] 1985: container (Geoffrey Webber, organ)
          • found: Chorus vel organa, 2016: container (Geoffrey Webber) booklet (director, of the Choir of Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge)
          • found: Gonville & Caius College Choir web site, viewed August 31, 2016: Who's who (studied music at Oxford University; after completing his doctorate on German Baroque music he became Director of Music at Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge in 1989 and now divides his time between conducting, lecturing, teaching and research) {}
          • found: University of Cambridge, Conville & Caius College, Faculty profile page for Dr. Geoffrey Webber, Sept. 30, 2016 (Dr Geoffrey Webber is Precentor and Director of Studies in Music at Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge, and an Affiliated Lecturer in the Faculty of Music. He studied at New College, Oxford, where he was Organ Scholar, taking the degrees of BA, MPhil and DPhil. His tutors included Edward Higginbottom, John Caldwell and James Dalton, and he studied the organ with Nicholas Danby and Gillian Weir. Whilst in Oxford he also served as Assisting Organist at Magdalen College and University Organist, and held a number of College Lectureships in Music. From 1986-9 he was Director of the annual Edington Festival of Music within the Liturgy in Wiltshire. After spells as Acting Organist at both New College and Magdalen College he was appointed to his present position at Caius College, Cambridge in 1989) {}
        • Change Notes

          • 1989-01-30: new
          • 2016-10-01: revised
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