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David Ogden (b1996)

Conductor and composer David Ogden conducts Exultate Singers, City of Bristol Choir and the RSCM Millennium Youth Choir, and is the Head of the Bristol Schools Choral Centre. Since 1988 he has worked with professional and amateur groups in many fields of music making, including concerts, musical theatre and opera, community projects, and primary and secondary level educational workshops. In the UK, he works extensively with the Royal School of Church Music and the BBC, conducting choirs on BBC Radio and the World Service, and working as conductor, arranger and music adviser on BBC TV’s Songs of Praise.

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