Gabriel Crouch

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Gabriel Crouch is a British baritone, choral conductor and record producer.

Early life[edit]

Gabriel Crouch was born September 19, 1973. Musically inclined since the age of eight, he joined the chorus of Westminster Abbey. He became the Head Chorister of that choir and even had a solo at the wedding of HRH Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson.[1] He attended the University of Cambridge[2] where he read Geography.

Career[edit]

He held the second baritone position in the King's Singers for eight years, from 1996 to 2004, including a Grammy nomination for Best Classical Crossover Album in 2001. He has also performed and recorded with Polyphony, Tenebrae, and The Cambridge Singers among others. Formerly the director of the DePauw University Choral Ensembles, he currently is a Senior Lecturer at Princeton University and directs the Princeton Glee Club and Chamber Choir[3] and the early music ensemble Gallicantus. He has recorded and produced numerous records for many major labels, most notably BMI and Hyperion. In January 2008, the Gabrieli Choir’s CD The Road to Paradise, which Crouch produced, was nominated for the title of ‘Best Choral Recording’ in the BBC Music Awards.

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