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|Birth name||Connor Henrýk Fogel|
|Born||25 June 1994|
|Genres||Baroque pop, rock opera, alternative,|
|Instruments||Vocals, piano, guitar, violin|
|Associated acts||Redfields Community Choir,|
Connor Henrýk Fogel (born 25 June 1994) is a British pianist, singer, and composer. Fogel is the founder and former conductor of Redfields Community Choir, which he formed in 2010. He has raised money for various charities through his music concerts, and for his fundraising work, Fogel won a Princess Diana Award in 2011 and the High Sheriff of Mid Glamorgan award in 2012. Fogel wrote and featured in the rock opera Triptych, which was performed in July 2012.
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