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RSCM lists awards and appointments

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27 March 2015

THE following appointments are announced: Miles Quick, Director of Music of St Mary Magdalene's, Taunton, to be Head of Congregational and Instrumental Music; Simon Russell, Organist of St Mary's, Nantwich, to be North of England Co-Ordinator.

The following are to be presented in St Edmundsbury Cathedral on 3 October:

Fellowship of the RSCM(for achievements of international significance or exceptional work for the RSCM): Martin Baker, Master of Music of Westminster Cathedral; Canon Dr Giles Bryant, former Organist and Master of the Choristers of St James's Cathedral, Toronto; Paul Ellis, Organist and Director of the Choir of St Michael and All Angels, Christchurch, and New Zealand President of the RSCM; Andrew Millington, Director of Music at Exeter Cathedral; Andrew Nethsingha, Director of Music of St John's College, Cambridge; David Ogden, former Director of the RSCM Millennium Youth Choir, Director of the RSCM Chamber Choir, and Director of Music at Holy Trinity, Westbury-on-Trym.

Associateship of the RSCM (for achievements of national significance or important work for the RSCM): the Revd Helen Bent, Head of Ministerial Training designate at the RSCM; Dr Christopher Cockburn, former Organist and Choir Director of Grahamstown Cathedral, South Africa; Richard Darke, Director of Music of St John's, Knaresborough; Canon Peter Gould, Master of Music of Derby Cathedral; Alan Tavener, Director of Cappella Nova, of Strathclyde University Chamber Choir, and of Music of Jordanhill Parish Church, Glasgow; the Very Revd Michael Tavinor, Dean of Hereford Cathedral; Alistair Warwick, RSCM Co-Ordinator for Scotland, Director of Music of Holy Trinity Church, Stirling, and Conductor of Stirling University Chamber Choir.

Hon. Membership of the RSCM (for exceptional or very significant work for church music or the RSCM, not primarily musical or liturgical): the Very Revd Simon Aiken, Dean of the Highveld, South Africa; Robert Armstrong, inaug_urator, ex-officer, and trustee of the Guyon Wells RSCM Fellowship in New Zealand; Professor Colin Gibson, organist of Mornington Methodist Church, Dunedin.

Certificate of Special Service (for significant administrative work, or a significant contribution to church music or liturgy at a local level): Christine Alder, Durham; Philip Brunswick, America; Terence Carter, Oxford; Anne Connolly-Munt, Auckland, New Zealand; John Crothers, France; Graham Look, North-West Europe; Jane McKee, Peterborough and Northampton; Allan Packman, Christchurch, NewZealand; Margaret Penfound, Bristol and Swindon; Frank Smith, Derbyshire; Eric Wayman, Lincoln; Eunice Woof, Liverpool.

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