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Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Chorus

One of the foremost British chamber choirs, the CHORUS OF THE ACADEMY OF ST. MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS was founded in 1975 by Laszlo Heltay. Its acclaimed recordings, covering a wide range of music, are primarily conducted by Sir Neville Marriner. Since 2000, when Scottish-born conductor and organist JOSEPH CULLEN was appointed its chorus director, the amateur choir, which ranges in size from sixteen to sixty and whose members come from all walks of life, has not only maintained its preeminent reputation but has increased its versatility still further, covering new repertoire and augmenting its a cappella appearances. In 2001 Cullen also became director of the London Symphony Chorus. He has appeared as a guest chorus master and conductor with the BBC Symphony and BBC Concert orchestras, the BBC Symphony Chorus, the Philharmonia Chorus, and the BBC Singers.

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