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|QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE |
|BA (Hons) Music, MA Cantab|
Andrei read Music at Peterhouse, Cambridge while holding an Organ Scholarship for 3 years. During these three years, as well as weekly Evensongs and Eucharists at Peterhouse, Andrei accompanied and conducted services in the country's top cathedrals, including Westminster Abbey, Canterbury Cathedral, St George's Windsor. Andrei also has wider international experience, having conducted and played in Notre Dame Paris, Chartres Cathedral and St Severin.
Andrei now works in London as a business professional, however enjoys regularly playing at churches across London on Sundays mornings. He is very comfortable with the standard Anglican liturgy and repertoire, and is equally comfortable conducting choirs where needed.
Andrei's musical specialism lies in 19th century Russian Sacred music. His fluency in Russian and BA dissertation into Rachmaninoff's choral works makes him well qualified for putting together and leading programmes of Russian choral works, which he has done on a regular basis with various choirs.
Andrei currently lives in South-west London in the Wandsworth Borough. He is happy to travel for services. |
|AVAILABILITY DURING THE WEEK|
|As a full time business professional, Andrei has limited availability during the working week, however is available most weekends for services. Upon prior arrangement, Andrei may be able to do evening services during the working week.|
More information about Peterhouse Chapel's established choral tradition(over 800 years), can be found at www.pet.cam.ac.uk/chapel-choir.|
For those with particular interest in Renaissance music sources, Peterhouse is the home of the Peterhouse Part Books, which are a set of 17 individual part book volumes that sit at the centre of English Renaissance Choral academia. These Part Books currently reside in the Perne Library in Peterhouse. The transcriptions of these works regularly feature in special Evensongs at Peterhouse as a tribute to the college's long and exciting history.