Simon Halseywikipedia
Simon Halsey, CBE (born 8 March 1958) is an English choral conductor.

CBSO Chorus

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He is the Chorus Director of the City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus, a position he has held since 1983, and has been Chorus Director of the London Symphony Chorus since 2012.
Simon Halsey has served as Chorus Director since 1983.

Birmingham Opera Company

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In 1987, he founded the City of Birmingham Touring Opera (since 2001 the Birmingham Opera Company) with leading international opera director Graham Vick.
The company was founded by leading international opera director Graham Vick and conductor Simon Halsey as City of Birmingham Touring Opera in 1987, acquiring its current name in 2001.

Royal Northern Sinfonia

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In addition, he was Artistic Director and founder of the professional choir European Voices, and Principal Conductor, Choral Programme for the Northern Sinfonia, from 2004-2012.
Simon Halsey served as Principal Conductor of the Northern Sinfonia's Choral Programme from 2004 through 2012.

London Symphony Chorus

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He is the Chorus Director of the City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus, a position he has held since 1983, and has been Chorus Director of the London Symphony Chorus since 2012.
The current Chorus Director is Simon Halsey.

Grammy Award for Best Choral Performance

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Simon Halsey has won numerous awards, including three Grammys for Best Choral Performance.

The Queen's Medal for Music

the Queen's Medal for Music
In March 2015 he was awarded the 2014 Queen's Medal for Music.

Chœur de chambre de Namur

Choeur de Chambre de Namur
The choir has worked with many visiting conductors: Eric Ericson, Marc Minkowski, Pierre Cao, Jean-Claude Malgoire, Simon Halsey, Sigiswald Kuijken, Jean Tubéry, Roy Goodman, Michael Schneider, Philippe Herreweghe, Peter Phillips, Jordi Savall, Christophe Rousset, and Eduardo López Banzo.

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

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Adaptations of The Hobbit

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Julian Anderson

Julian Anderson
In the last decade, Anderson has written a large amount of unaccompanied choral music, including Sing Unto the Lord (written for Westminster Cathedral), I Saw Eternity (2003, first performed by the London Philharmonic Choir) and the Four American Choruses (2001-4; composed for the City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus and their conductor Simon Halsey, who gave their first UK performance in 2005).

2015 Birthday Honours

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Howard Goodall

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He arranged British and German soldiers' songs into a suite with band accompaniment (The Band of the Coldstream Guards) and composed an entirely new work in English and German, "Sure of the Sky, Sure of the Sun – Des Himmels sicher, der Sonne sicher", performed jointly by the London Symphony Chorus and the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Choir, conducted by Simon Halsey, based on the poems "May, 1915" by Charlotte Mew (1869–1928) and "An einen vermißten Freund!"

Mass No. 2 (Bruckner)

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Other excellent recordings, according to Hans Roelofs, are i.a. those by Roger Norrington, Hellmut Wormsbächer, Philippe Herreweghe, Simon Halsey, Frieder Bernius, Helmuth Rilling, Marcus Creed, Winfried Toll and Otto Kargl.

CBSO Youth Orchestra

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The Chorus Director is Simon Halsey and the conductor is Julian Wilkins.

List of motets by Anton Bruckner

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Frieder Bernius, Matthew Best, Uwe Gronostay, Simon Halsey, Philippe Herreweghe and Stephen Layton have recorded each 5 to 10 of the most popular motets, sometimes with the two Aequali.