Richard Morrison (music critic)

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Richard Morrison is an English music critic. As the chief music critic of The Times, he writes a wide-ranging cultural column which appears on Fridays. He also writes for the monthly publication BBC Music Magazine for which he won an award as columnist of the year.[1]

Morrison studied music at Cambridge University. While he is better known as a writer than a performer, he continues to perform music despite cycling injuries.[2] He is organist of St Mary's, Hendon.[3]

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  • Orchestra: The LSO - a Century of Triumph and Turbulence[4] (2004)

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