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John Bertalot

Born in 1931 in Kent, John Bertalot won organ scholarships to the Royal College of Music and to both Oxford and Cambridge.After his studies, John's first appointment was Director of Music at St. Matthew's Church, Northampton. He then became Director of Music at Blackburn Cathedral where he stayed for 18 years. Whilst here, he founded the Blackburn Bach Choir and was Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) at the Royal Northern College of Music.He then moved to the USA where he founded the acclaimed Princeton Singers and held posts at Trinity Church, Princeton and Rider University. He has led choral workshops and directed courses all over the world.In 1998 John returned to the UK where his time has been filled leading choral workshops, adjudicating at music festivals and composing. John has also written four best-selling books on choir training.

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