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Guild of Church Musicians awards

by
15 October 2021

Sara Aliano

From left: the Administrator of the Guild of Church Musicians, Dr Elizabeth Stratford; Daniel Moult; the President of the Guild of Church Musicians, Dame Mary Archer; and George Richford at the presentation on 2 October

From left: the Administrator of the Guild of Church Musicians, Dr Elizabeth Stratford; Daniel Moult; the President of the Guild of Church Musicians, D...

IN CATERHAM United Reformed Church, the President of the Guild of Church Musicians presented the following on 2 October:

Licentiateship of the Guild: George Richford (Director of Music of Beaulieu Abbey Church, composer, arranger, producer).

Hon. Fellowship of the Guild: Daniel Moult (Head of Organ Studies at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, a trustee of and examiner for the Royal College of Organists, recording artist and film presenter).

 

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