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Graham Ross

Graham Ross is a conductor best known as the leader of the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, but also with wide experience leading a variety of modern orchestras and early music groups; as a conductor, he has premiered works by some of Britain's most popular composers. Ross is also a composer who has written more than 100 works. Ross was born in Farnham, in England's Surrey County, on April 29, 1985. He studied violin, piano, organ, and treble vocals as a youth. Ross attended Clare College, Cambridge, studying composition with Giles Swayne. In 2004, still a student at Cambridge, he formed his own group, the Dmitri Ensemble, and served as its conductor. Ross went on to the Royal College of Music in London, studying conducting with Peter Stark and Robin O'Neill. He landed a conducting scholarship with the London Symphony Chorus in 2008 and 2009 and was also the music director of the Concordia Chamber Choir and Kingston Choral Society during this period. In 2009, Ross made his recording debut with the Dmitri Ensemble, issuing a recording of Jame MacMillan's Seven Last Words from the Cross. In 2010, he became the conductor of the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, and he has held the position ever since, leading the group on tours of Europe, the U.S., Asia, and Australia. Ross has also undertaken a wide variety of conducting activities, leading operatic performances in Britain, France, and Israel, as well as conducting ensembles as varied as the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, the Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, and the Australian Chamber Orchestra. His compositions have been performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra, the City of London Sinfonia, and choirs across the UK. As a conductor, he has championed new music. Ross has given the world premieres of works by composers John Rutter, Gabriel Jackson, and Cecilia McDowall, among others. On recordings, he has programmed works by the likes of James MacMillan, Judith Bingham, and Nico Muhly. Ross has a substantial catalog of recordings. He remains the director of the Dmitri Ensemble, which has accompanied the Choir of Clare College on recordings. With the Choir, he recorded mostly for Harmonia Mundi for some years, often releasing several albums a year. The year 2020 saw an album devoted to the choral music of MacMillan, Arvo Pärt, and Peteris Vasks, and another of Benjamin Britten's Ceremony of Carols. In 2023, on Harmonia Mundi, he led the Choir of Clare College on the album American Choral. Later that year, Ross moved to the Signum Classics label, conducting The Bevan Family Consort on the album Vidi Speciosam: Sacred Choral Music. By that time, his recording catalog comprised more than 20 items.
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