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Aric Prentice has held the joint posts of Director of Music in Lincoln Cathedral and in Lincoln Minster School since January 2003. His early training was as a chorister in Durham Cathedral, and as an undergraduate in the choirs of Jesus College and then St Johnʼs College, Cambridge. Under his direction, Lincoln Cathedral Choir has broadcast frequently on Radios 2, 3, 4, BBC1 and ITV and recorded on the Guild, Cantoris and Naxos labels. He also directs Lincoln Minster School Chamber Choir who were finalists in the youth choir section of Choir of the Year 2010 and appeared in the national festival of Music for Youth in 2008 and 2011. Recent projects have included work with English Touring Opera, a recording with Decca of a new oratorio by Howard Goodall and choral workshops in the United States. As a counter-tenor, Aric has performed most of the best-known oratorio rôles.

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