Gavin Moralee was born in 1980. He Lives with his family in Dulwich in South London where he is a pupil at Alleyn's School and he studies singing, piano and cello. In 1988 he joined the choir at St. Barnabas' Church in Dulwich where, following in his brother's footsteps, he was appointed head chorister in 1991. He studies singing with Hilary Hill. Gavin has remained unaffected by his recent success and still finds time for his pet cat 'Aqua'. He has confessed to having a soft-spot for chocolate, pizza and the Eurythmics.
Gavin and Fiona beat 2000 choristers to win the prestigious Royal School of Church Music's Choirboy and Choirgirl of the Year in 1992. They have had a full schedule of engagements, including press and radio interviews and photocall with Cliff Richard. Gavin was the subject of an article in the Daily Mail on Sunday's You Magazine.
Amongst their many concert appearances they have sung at The House of Commons and at the Royal Albert Hall twice. They have both made several broadcasts for BBC Television including Songs of Praise Top Ten Hymns from Chester Cathedral and the Joy to the World concert, and have also appeared on TV am.
Other engagements for Gavin have included concerts with the Universitty of Portsmouth Choral Society, Ongar Music Club, performances of Britten's Cantata St. Nicholas in London, and recitals in Cheltenham and in Somerset, as well as at the First Dulwich Festival held in 1993. He will also be singing a solo role in Britten's opera Noye's Fludde.
Gavin Moralee (also IMP Classics PCD 2021) With the St. Barnabas Choristers, Gavin Moralee, and Fiona Wight. Rosebery Chamber Chorus.
Tracks 1, 5, 8, 13 and 15 have only Gavin Moralee.
Tracks 2, 4, 6, 10, 12 and 14 have only Fiona Wight.
Tracks 3, 7, 9, and 11 have both Gavin Moralee and Fiona Wight.
Gavin Moralee The Choir of St. Barnabas, Dulwich. Featuring Gavin Moralee (treble), Helen Court (soprano), Elizabeth Darwin (soprano), Helen Parkinson (soprano), and Jeremy Barham (organ).
CD is available for £10.00 plus £2.00 post and packaging.
Order by post from:
St Barnabas Parish Office,
London SE21 7DG,
England. Cheques should be made payable to "St Barnabas Choir, Dulwich".
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