Though he began his career ostensibly as an organist, David Hill emerged as one of the most important English choral conductors from the turn of the 21st century. Hill has also conducted orchestras, notably the Philharmonia and Bournemouth symphony orchestras, but it is his choral work, particularly with regard to the music of Spanish Renaissance composers and that of 19th and 20th century English composers, that has afforded him his greatest triumphs. Hill has made dozens of recordings, mostly for the Hyperion and Regis Records labels. Hill was born in Carlisle, England, on May 13, 1957. He was a gifted child, studying organ at Chetham's Music School in Manchester, where at 14 he also developed an interest in conducting. At the Royal College of Organists, three years later, he was made a fellow. He went on to study at St. John's, ...
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Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Dominus illuminatio 02:41 Choral
Annunciation, for chorus 05:19 Choral
God be in my head, for soloist & chorus 2015 01:52 Choral
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