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Handpicked by Simon Joly from the finest professional singers in London, the Simon Joly Singers is one of three select choral groups formed by him for the specific purpose needed by each event. Simon Joly has used each group to provide the choral element in many of Robert Craft's recordings, from the chamber forces of Schoenberg's Die glückliche Hand, through Stravinsky's Symphony of Psalms, to the huge chorus for Schoenberg's Gurrelieder. He has also trained choruses for several other eminent musicians who have included Pierre Boulez, for his recordings of Webern's Cantatas and a cappella music of Schoenberg (the BBC Singers), Leonard Bernstein's prize-winning recording of Candide and several recordings and concerts for Claudio Abbado with the London Symphony Chorus.

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