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Joshua Pacey

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singer (Baritone)
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Joshua is a Bass/Baritone currently studying for a Master's in Composition for Screen at the Royal College of Music.

Joshua Pacey is an award-winning British-American composer and singer from Winchester, England. He recently graduated in Music from Clare College, Cambridge, studying under Graham Ross and Dr Edward Nesbit. He has won several awards for his compositions, including the Clare College Carol Composition Competition 2015, the Homerton College Composition Competition 2016, and most recently the John Sanders Memorial Competition for Young Composers 2016, which will see his work ‘Mary’s Lullaby’ performed by the St Cecilia Singers at the Three Choirs Festival 2016 in Gloucester Cathedral. His ‘Preces and Responses’ were also broadcast on BBC Radio 3’s Choral Evensong in 2014. He has performed both as a soloist and choir member across the UK and USA, notably in The Library of Congress and National Cathedral in Washington D.C., The Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence, The Royal Festival Hall, The Royal Albert Hall, Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, Notre-Dame de Paris, and at the Internationale Händel Festspiele in Göttingen, as well as appearing on many recordings with The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge. In October, he will begin a year singing as a Choral Scholar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, and intends to continue performing with his vocal consort group, Super Pontem. Joshua was President of Clare College Music Society 2014-15, during which time he oversaw performances of Vaughan Williams’ Fifth Symphony, Brahms’ Double Concerto, and Beethoven’s ‘Pastoral’ Symphony, as well as a recital series including Schubert’s ‘Winterreise’. Music for Screen is an area which has over the last few years taken over Joshua’s compositional development, with particular influences including John Barry, Dario Marianelli, Jeremy Soule, Steven Price, and Thomas Newman; he has just begun on a Masters course in Composition for Screen at the Royal College of Music, where he is an RCM Scholar supported by an Ian Evans Lombe Award, and also generously supported by the Society for Wessex Young Musicians Trust.

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Christopher R, 4 years ago

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