Recent Performances

22 Nov 2017
Old Paradise Yard, SE1 7LG
Robert Hugill He Wishes...
Donna Lennard (soprano), Gavin Roberts (piano)
25 Sept 2017
Live on BBC Radio 3
Robert Hugill Evening from Winter Journey, Song & Pain from Four Songs to Texts by Ivor Gurney
Johnny Herford (baritone), William Vann (piano)
8 Dec 2016
Priory Church of St John, Clerkenwell
Robert Hugill Dominus illuminatio mea
London Concord Singers, Jessica Norton

23 March 2016 - Church of St Botolph without Bishopsgate, Resurrexit, London Concord Singer, Jessica Norton
10 January 2016 - Church of St John, Fulham, Dilexisti Justitiam, Choir of St John's, Ben Woodward
29 November 2015 - Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Bristol, Populos Sion, Harmonia Sacra, Peter Leech
28,29 October 2015 - CLF Art Cafe, Peckham, The Genesis of Frankenstein, Helios Collective
3 July 2015 - St Vedast-alias-Foster, Foster Lane, London, Learning to Make an Oud in Nazareth, Chapelle du Roi, Alistair Dixon
6 May 2015 - All Saints' Church, Wyke Regis, Weymouth, Faith, Hope and Charity, Rupert Marshall-Luck(violin), Duncan Honeybourne (organ)
4 April 2015 - St John's Church, Fulham, London, Resurrexi, Choir of St John's Church, Ben Woodward
22 March 2015 - All Saints, Margaret Street, London, Nos autem gloriari, Choir of All Saints, Tim Byram Wigfield
26 February 2015 - St Botolph without Bishopgate, London, He Looked at Me, Andrew Brown (baritone), Gavin Roberts (piano)
22 February 2015 - Chapel Royal, Hampton Court, Invocabit me, Amaryllis Consort, Francis Brett
18 December 2014 - St Botolph without Bishopgate, London, Faith, Hope, Charity, Corinne Morris (cello), London Concord Singers, Matthew Collins
6 December 2014 - St Johns Smith Square, London, Advent Prose, Chapelle du Roi, Alistair Dixon
30 November 2014 - Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Bristol, Populos Sion, Harmonia Sacra, Peter Leech
16 December 2011 - The Grosvenor Chapel, The Magi world premiere, London Concord Singers, Malcolm Cottle
October 2013 - Colston Hall Bristol, For David on his Birthday, Stephen Varcoe (baritone), Nigel Foster (piano), Fourth Prize in the EPSS Diamond Songs Competition,
13th December 2012 - Grosvenor Chapel, London, Advent Motet, London Concord Singers, Malcolm Cottle,
7th December 2012 - St Johns Smith Square, London, Puer Natus, Chapelle du Roi, Alistair Dixon,
13th October 2012 - St Faith's Church, Red Post Hill, London SE24, Herne Hill Festival, Ave Maria; Salve Regina, FifteenB Consort,
27th August 2011, St. Botolph's Church, Trunch, Norfolk, Elegy, London Schubert Ensemble,
31/3/2011 - When a Man knows
FifteenB Productions are presented staged performances of When a Man Knows at the Bridewell Theatre, with performances on 31st March, 1st April, 2nd April 2011. The production was directed by Ian Caddy and musical director was David Roblou, who conducted the concert performances in 2010. Dario Dugandzic was the Man and Zoe South the woman.
6th October 2010 - St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, London EC2M, St. Botolph's Choir, conductor Timothy Storey, Thou O Christ,
15th December 2010 - Grosvenor Chapel, South Audley St, London W1, The Magi, London Concord Singers, conductor Malcolm Cottle,
Saturday 21st August 2010 - Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London, When a man knows, FifteenB productions, David Roblou, Part of Tete a Tete, The Opera Festival,
Sunday 13th June 2010 - St. John's Waterloo, London, When a man knows, FifteenB productions, David Roblou,
Saturday 19th December 2009 - St. Johns Smith Square, London, Videte Miraculum, World Premiere, Chapelle du Roi, Alistair Dixon
Monday 12th October 2009 - St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, Bishopsgate, London EC2M 3TL, Thou, O Christ, world premiere, Setting of prayer by St. Symeon the New Theologian, St. Botolph's Choir, conductor Timothy Storey
12th September 2009 - Cathedral of Christ the King, Katowice, Poland, Choruses from Passion, Polish Premiere, Chor Mieszany, Caecilianum, conductor Jan Kaleta
Wednesday 15th July 2009 - St. Michael's Church, Chester Square, London, The Woodward Scale London Concord Singers, Malcolm Cottle
Saturday 16th May 2009, 7.30pm - Music Under the Pyramid, Christ Church, Redford Way, Uxbridge, London Concord Singers, conductor Malcolm Cottle, The Woodward Scale, World Premiere
Saturday 7th March 2009, St. Mary's Church, Bathwich, He Looked at Me, World premiere, Gordon Pullin (tenor), Jolyon Laycock (piano), 3rd Prize in the EPSS Houseman competition
Saturday 7th March 2009, St. Mary's Church, Cadogan St., London, Lucis Creator Optime, World premiere, FifteenB Consort (Rowena Wells, Alison Cross, Sally Prime, Robert Hugill, Katie Boot and John McLeod)
Saturday 20th December 2008, St. Johns Smith Square, London, Chapelle du Roi, conductor Alistair Dixon, Puer natus est nobis, world premiere

Sunday 14th December 2008, Gaudete, the motet from Tempus per Annum for the 3rd Sunday in Advent received its first liturgical performance at Evensong on at All Saints' Church, Margaret Street, London; where the church choir will be conducted by Paul Brough.
Sunday 23rd November 2008, St. Mary's Church, Cadogan Street, Chelsea, Jesu Rex Gloria, St. Mary's Latin Mass Choir, conductor Malcolm Cottle

Thursday 10th July 2008, St. Michael's Church, Chester Square, Saturday 2nd August 2008, Cathedral of San Nicolo e San Severo, Bardolino, Italy, Sunday 3rd August 2008, San Giorgio in Braida, Verona, Italy, London Concord Singers, Malcolm Cottle (conductor), Deus in Adjutorium,
Saturday 15th March 2008, Hampstead Town Hall,Haverstock Hill, London, London Concord Singers, Malcolm Cottle (conductor), Patrick Clements (horn), Do not go Gentle into that good night,
Saturday 23rd February 2008, St. Peter's Church, Eaton Square, London, FifteenB, conductor Paul Ayres, Malcolm Cottle (organ), Victoria Hall (soprano), Katie Boot (tenor), Annunciation (world premiere) , Choruses from "Passion" (world premiere), My Eyes are ever turned towards the Lord, Crossing
Saturday 26th January 2008, St. Peter's Church, Eaton Square, London, eight:fifteen vocal ensemble, conductor Paul Brough, Paul Ayres (organ), Margaret Feaviour (soprano), Evening Service (world premiere), Lucis Creator Optime, Faith,Hope Charity
Sunday 11th November 2007, Bristol Music Club, Clifton, To his Love, EPSS Ivor Gurney Competition, Charlotte Newstead (sop), Nicolas Barlow(bar)
Sunday 27th May, 2007, St. Martin's Church, Stamford - 9.30am, St. Mary's Church, Stamford - 11.00am , Missa Veni Sancte Spiritus, Performed at sung Eucharist by St. Mary's Church Choir, conductor Fergus Black.
The FifteenB Consort performed at All Saints Church, Margaret Street, London on Sunday 18th March 2007. They premiered my new piece for choir and organ, My Eyes are Lifted to the Lord which is my own homage to the verse anthem form. Also in the concert was the solo motet, Faith, Hope and Charity.

Ursi Carmina

My new choral work, Ursi Carmina (Bear Songs) was premiered by London Concord Singers at their 40th Anniversary Concert on Sat 18th November 2006 at St. Giles Cripplegate. The piece was specially commissioned to celebrate the choir's anniversary.


My motet Exaudi was performed by the Latin Mass Choir of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Cadogan St. Chelsea on Sunday 24th September 2006 at Latin Mass. The motet was originally written for the celebrations for the 40th anniversary of the ordination of Canon Vincent Berry and the motet was performed again at this mass which represented Canon Berry's final mass at St. Mary's Church.

Faith, Hope and Charity

The solo motet Faith, Hope and Charity was performed at 1pm on Tuesday 9th May 2006 at St. Pancras Parish Church, Euston Road, London, as part of the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music, by organist Paul Ayres.

Missa Veni Sancte Spiritus

Missa Veni Sancte Spiritus was sung at St. George's Church, Hanover Square, London on Sunday June 4th 2006 (Whit Sunday) at 11.00am Sung Eucharist. St. George's Church Choir, Simon Williams (conductor), Paul Ayres (organ).

Chelsea Festival 2006

Saturday 24th June 2006, St. Mary's Church, Cadogan St., Chelsea,Part of the Chelsea Festival, FifteenB, conductor Paul Ayres, This was FifteenB's 4th appearance at the festival. Conducted by Paul Ayres, the choir performed a programme called Queen of Heaven, 1000 Years of music dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Music included plainchant plus Marian motets by Byrd, Liszt, Faure, Saint-Saens and Elgar, plus a number of my motets, including a repeat of Nunc Dimittis which was such a success in 2004; also included were the premiere of Salve, Sancta Parens from Tempus per Annum. The choir also premiered Crossing my new work for Choir and Organ setting 2 poems by Rabindranath Tagore.

Salomon Orchestra

Thursday 23rd March 2006, St. James's Church,Piccadilly, In the Barbarians' Camp, 2nd Duino Elegy for Baritone and Orchestra, The Salomon Orchestra, Adrian Brown (conductor), David Greiner (baritone), The orchestra gave 2 of my pieces at a concert in 2003 and I pleased that they have agreed to perform 2 more. This time they were conducted by Adrian Brown and joined by German baritone David Greiner. The programme included The Barbarian's Camp, a piece written after reading one of Helen Waddell's translations from Latin; a poem in which the poet laments that he can no longer write poetry because he is disturbed by the chaos and unfocused enthusiasm of the smelly barbarians. The piece depicts the chaos of the barbarian camp in a poly-rhythmical opening, the conclusion of the piece incorporates my fanfare, The Barbarians are Coming which was written for the Philharmonia Brass Ensemble to perform at the Chelsea Festival in 2001. The other piece of mine in the programme was a setting of Rilke's Second Duino Elegy for baritone and orchestra; the singer was the German baritone David Greiner, someone who has performed much of my work. The idea for the work germinated in the late 1990's when I wished to write piece for David which set his native German.

The Testament of Dr. Cranmer

Saturday 18th March 2006, University Church, Oxfor, The Testament of Dr. Cranmer, the eight:fifteen vocal ensemble conductor Paul Brough. A repetition of the 1st July 2005 concert on Saturday 18th March 2005 at the University Church in Oxford as part of the events marking the 450th Anniversary of Cranmer's execution at there. Additional events at the church will include the Archbishop of Canterbury preaching at a service on the day of the Anniversay.

The Sleep

The Sleep, world premiere, Saturday 4th March 2006 at the King's School, Worcester.

I Vespri di Santa Cecilia

London Concord Singers revived my motet I Vespri di Santa Cecili at their concert at the Grosvenor Chapel on 16th December. The piece was written for the choir's 30th anniversary concert in 1997; the motet was originally written in 30 parts but the choir premiered the 14 part version (6 soloists and double choir) and it is this version which the choir sang at the December 15th Concert. The motet sets a selection of words from the Vespers Antiphons for the Feast of St. Cecilia.

Tempus per Annum - Respice Domine

In August 2005, London Concord Singers premiered a motet from Tempus per Annum, this time Respice Domine, which was performed at Strasbourg Cathedral on Sunday 7th August. The motet received its London performance on Thursday 14th July 2005 at 7.30pm at St. Michael's Church, Chester Square.

Testament to Dr. Cranmer

On 1st July 2005 at 7.30pm at St. Giles Cripplegate, Barbican we celebrated another major anniversary, my own 50th birthday with a choral concert in St. Giles Cripplegate, which included my new cantata, The Testament of Dr. Cranmer for unaccompanied choir. This sets excerpts from Archbishop Cranmer's famous speech from the scaffold just before he was burned for heresy during the reign of Queen Mary. The programme also included a number of motets setting Cranmer's own words, plus a selection of contrasting motets (in English and Latin) from the reigns of Edward 6th and Mary 1st. The concert was performed by a new professional vocal ensemble, Eight:Fifteen Vocal Ensemble, and featured the cello playing of Jonathan Cottle. Click here for full details.
There is a review of the concert at the Classical Source, here

FifteenB Consort

The FifteenB Consort (Robert Hugill, Rowena Wells, Alison Cross, Sally Prime, John McLeod) performed their programme A Tre, French and English Sacred music for 3 voices, on Thursday 24th February 2005 at St. Matthew's Church, Westminster and Saturday 26th February 2005, at St. Peter's College Chapel, Oxford. The programme included the premieres of Robert Hugill's Missa Simplex and Salve Regina a 5 alongside music by Byrd, Faure, Saint Saens and Delibes. Further information here. A shorter version of the programme was performed at the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music on Tuesday May 10th 2005 at St. Pancras Parish Church.

Chelsea Festival 2004

On Saturday 26th June 2005 FifteenB, conductor Paul Ayres, made their 3rd appearance at the Chelsea Festival with a programme called Ave Verum. Robert's motets Ave Verum, Cantate Domine, Lucis Creator Optime, In Principio, Nunc Dimittis and A Hymn to God the Father were premiered alongside music by Paul Ayres, Aurelio Porfiri, Elgar, Byrd, Faure, Saint-Saens and Mozart. Further information here.

Orchestral Works

On Sunday September 21st 2003, The Salomon Orchestra performed a concert at The Tabernacle Arts Centre, in Notting Hill. The programme included the premiere of the orchestral version of Jacob and the Angel, a homo-erotic re-working of the story from Genesis of Jacob wrestling the Angel. Also included in the concert were a short prelude, toccata and a kind of fugue and Postcards from the Fitties. This latter work is a sort of Morning, Noon and Night on Cleethorpes promenade, loosely inspired by childhood memories. The programme was completed by a group of works by Percy Grainger and Haydn's Symphony no. 97. Click here for full details.


On Saturday April 12th 2003 at 6.00pm, the FifteenB Consort, 4 soloists drawn from FifteenB, performed a programme of liturgical music for Lent at All Saints Church, Tudeley, Kent. centrepiece of the programme was Heinrich Isaac's Missa Solemne. Amongst the motets being performed were my communion motet, Quotiescumque manducabitis panem hunc, ('For as often as ye eat this bread'') setting word taken from the Communion Sentence for Corpus Christi. Tudeley Church is a lovely 12th Century church which has the unusual distinction of having a complete set of windows by the artist Marc Chagall. This programme was also be performed in London, at St. Matthew's Church, Westminster on Thursday April 3rd at 7.45pm. Click here for full programme.

Here be Angels

Thursday 19th December 2002, St. Cyprian's Church, Glentworth Street, London WC1: As part of a programme of Angelic music, including Jonathan Harvey's 'The Angels' and William Harris's 'Faire be the Heaven', London Concord Singers, conductor Malcolm Cottle, will be performing Here Be Angels, my motet which was commissioned by Crouch End Festival Chorus, and first performed by them in 1998. This dramtic motet contains descriptions of heaven taken from the writings of Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite, Milton's descriptions of the rebel Angels, lists of Angels' names taken from the Book of Enoch and a discussion about how many angels can fit on the head of a pin. Click here for the complete libretto and a programme note


Robert's motet De Profundis, sung at Latin mass at St. Mary's Church, Cadogan Street, Chelsea, UK, by St. Mary's Latin mass choir, for whom it was written and who gave the first performance. , 13th October 2002, 11th October 2003, 10th October 2004, 6th October 2006

The Barbarian at the Gate

Chelsea Festival 2002. FifteenB, Conductor Paul Ayres and Philharmonia Brass (a group of brass players from the Philharmonia Orchestra, gave a joint concert at the Chelsea Festival, on Monday 24th June, 2002 at St. Mary's Church, Cadogan Street, Chelsea. Philharmonia Brass playing Robert's new Fanfare The Barbarians Are Coming. FifteenB and the trumpeters of Philharmonia Brass gave the premiere of The Barbarian At The Gate, Robert's new setting of three poems by Helen Waddell, for choir and trumpets. The poems are Lament for Troy, Lament for Aquilea, destroyed never to be rebuilt, and On the Killing at Lindisfarne. All three are translations from medieval latin lyrics. Click here for further details


Motet performed at 6.30pm mass on Saturday 25th May 2002 and High Mass on Sunday 26th May 2002 at St. Mary's Church, Cadogan Street, Chelsea. Performed by St. Mary's Latin Mass choir as part of the celebrations for the 40th Anniversary of the Ordination of Canon Vincent Berry.

De Profundis

Performed at High Mass at St. Mary's Church, Cadogan Street, Chelsea on Sunday 18th November 2001, Sunday October 13th 2002 , The choir of The Oratory, Oxford - Musical Director, Edward de Rivera gave the first performance of the 5-part version at a musical oratory for Passiontide, on Wednesday 20th March at 8.00pm at the Oratory.

Tell Me Shepherd

. St. Woolos Cathedral, Newport, Gwent, performed at Service of 9 Lessons and Carols on Monday 23rd December 2001.


- a song cycle for voice, viola and piano, World Premiere, Lauderdale House, Waterlow Park, Highgate Hill, Friday 16th November 2001, 7.30pm, Performed by David Greiner - Counter Tenor,, Amanda Chancellor - Viola, , Paul Webster - Piano, Click Here for further information


. St. Woolos Cathedral, Newport, Gwent, Sunday 21st October 2001. The choir, Director Christopher Barton, performed the Kyrie and Sanctus from the mass at Holy Communion.


. My new Opera, Garrett, Based on a play by Coni Ciongoli-Koepfinger, was given two very successful performance at Hoxton Hall on June 9th and 10th 2001, in an evocative staging by Darren Royston (lit by Matt Haskins). Click Here for an introduction to the opera and reviews (when they become available). Garrett was sung by Damian Thantrey and Israfel by Rosemary Forbes-Butler, the 5-piece instrumental ensemble was conducted by Malcolm Cottle., The opera lasts about an hour.
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The Lord Bless Thee

In June 2000, in a series of organ recitals in and around London, Paul Ayres gave the premiere of The Lord Bless Thee, for organ. A free transcription of the solo motet, premiered in November 2000, this organ prelude was a wedding present for Paul and Ruth.

The Black Dragon

14th December 2000, 7.30pm, St. Cyprian's Church, Glentworth Street, NW1 London Concord Singers, conductor Malcolm Cottle A new choral piece to celebrate the Millennium Year of the Dragon. Inspired by my love of Science Fantasy Novels!

Songs of Love and Loss - US Premiere

Monday, November 27, 2000 at 7:00 pm in the Rangos Ballroom at the University Center, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA, as part of a programme of events marking World Aids Day.,
'emotional and thought provoking' - Blake Engel, writing in the CMU Newspaper
The performers were Abigail Schoppe, piano, Erin Breen, clarinet, Dana Howell, clarinet, Ja-Nae Duane, mezzo-soprano, Kara Cornell, mezzo-soprano, Elizabeth Sederburg, mezzo-soprano

The Lord Keep Thee - "For Simon and Rhona"

Saturday 25th November 2001, St. Mary's Church, Cadogan Street, Chelsea., New solo motet written for Simon and Rhona's wedding, performed by Rowena Wells and Malcolm Cottle


Chelsea Festival on 22nd June 2000. The mass setting lasts around 45 minutes and is for unaccompanied choir and soprano solo. FifteenB, conducted by Paul Ayres. At the concert, Carl Jackson, the Organist at the Chapel Royal, Hampton Court played some 16th and 17th Century English organ music. The concert was recorded and copies of the recording are avaialble from the composer, price £7.50. , Hear It!, Click Here for review and sound bites. This concert was sponsored by Associated MediaBase and Alec Drew Picture Frames Ltd..

Gaude, Gaude Maria

Cambridge Voices 
Cambridge Voices at St.Etienne-du-Mont
A new motet for 10 part choir, written for Cambridge Voices, director Ian de Massini. , 14/8/00 Church of St. Paul et St. Louis, Rue St. Antoine, Paris , 15/8/00 Church of St. St. Etienne du Mont, Place du Pantheon, Paris - after the choir's annual mass for the Feast of the Assumption.


St. Mary's Church, Chelsea, as part of Latin Mass. The Gloria from the mass was first performed on 6/2/2000 , 21st May 2000, 6th Feb 2000, 16th May 1999. The Mass received its 10th performance on 4th February 2001


Robert's motet De Profundis, sung at Latin mass at St. Mary's Church, Cadogan Street, Chelsea, UK, by St. Mary's Latin mass choir, for whom it was written and who gave the first performance. , 13th October 1996, 12th October 1997, 16th November 1997, 10th October 1999, 22nd October 2000, 19th November 2000, 18th November 2001

Ave Maria

Setting for unaccompanied choir, from Three Prayers, Saturday 7th August, 1999, Eglise de St. Pierre, Caen as part of a concert by London Concord Singers, conductor Malcolm Cottle., Sunday 8th August, 1999, Abbaye des Hommes, Caen, as part of High Mass, sung by London Concord Singers, conductor Malcolm Cottle.,

Microprocessor Man

Song with music and text by Robert Hugill, for Soprano, Clarinet, Cello, Piano, Synthesizer and Percussion, performed by the Ensemble Aleph at the Bath Festival. Friday June 4th, Guildhall, Bath at 10.00pm, followed by performances at the Theatre Dunois, Paris.

Jacob and the Angel

Nocturne for Choir and String Orchestra with text by the composer based on Genesis and The Song of Songs, Friday June 12th, St. Cyprian's Church, Glentworth Street, London, NW1., The full programme of the concert was:-
     Percy GraingerLove Verses from the Song of Solomon
     Robert HugillJacob and The Angel. World Premiere
     PalestrinaMotets from Canticum Canticorum
     Paul AyresAmen - version for String Orchestra, World Premiere
     ElgarSerenade for Strings
     BarberAdagio for Strings
Missa Sanctissima Maria will be performed a High Mass at St. Mary's Church, Cadogan Street, Chelsea, on Sunday 6th February, at 12.00pm. St. Mary's Latin Mass Choir will be conducted by Malcolm Cottle, and the choir will be giving the premiere of the 'Gloria' of the mass.


A beautiful and often fascinating work - Robert Matthew-Walker, Musical Opinion
An unaccompanied setting of St. John's Passion, written for the Burgundian Cadence - a 4 man a cappella vocal ensemble. Click here to read the full Musical Opinion review. Passion was performed on Tour as follows:-
March 9th 1999British Music Information Centre, Stratford Place, LondonWorld Premiere
March 11th 1999St. Mary Abbots Church, Kensington High Street, London
March 12th 1999St. James's Church, Piccadilly, London
March 21st 1999Westminster Abbey, London
March 23rd 1999Southwark Cathedral, London
March 26th 1999Lincoln Cathedral

Passion is published by Bardic Edition.


'Robert Hugill's music is enchanting (pun intended)'. - Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Incidental music for Coni Ciongoli-Koepfinger's play Candle Dancing, based on the writings of the English Mystic, Julian of Norwich. Veronic's Veil Auditorium, 44 Pius Street, Pittsburgh. Robert's music is written for choir, soloists, organ, flute and oboe, even includes a requiem mass. Click here to read the reviews. Candle Dancing was directed by Denny Marthin, the Musical Director was Stephen J. Steinbeiser and the conductor was Tara Yaney.


First performance of all four solo motets. Sung by Rowena Wells - Soprano, Rupert Damerell - Counter Tenor, with Paul Ayres - Organ on Saturday 27th November 1998, at Holy Trinity Church, Clapham Common. Also in the programme were a duet version of Psalm 98 with organ accompaniment.


A Duet for Soprano and Contralto with Piano Duet accompaniment, which received its first performance on Saturday 28th July 1998 at the Holywell Music Room, Oxford. The piece was written for, and performed by Four's Company (Anne Bardsley - Soprano, Lesley Morris - MezzoSoprano, Keith Harris - Piano, Mike Bardsley - Piano)


A Motet for Large Choir, commissioned by Crouch End Festival Chorus, Here be Angels and performed by them on March 28th and March 29th 1998, at All Hallows Church, Savernake Road, Gospel Oak, London., "Hugill's inventive Here be Angels calls on the chorus to sing with anguish in different keys simultaneously. Hugill found one of his texts on the Internet. He is a computer programmer by day, coincidentally for this very newspaper. His oratorio is more cerebral than lyrical."
London Evening Standard - 30th March 1998.


Robert's new cantata for Choir and Wind Octet perfomed by FifteenB and the Salomon Wind Octet, conductor Paul Ayres, on Saturday 18th April at 7.45pm at St. Mary's Church, Cadogan Street, Chelsea.


FifteenB, Malcolm Cottle - Organ , 5th December 1997, Corpus Christi Church, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden. As par of a Mass for World Aids Day.


Lesley Morris - Alto, North Cotswold Chamber Choir, Conductor - Ashley Stafford , Michael Liddell - Organ , 8th November 1997, St. Mary's Church, Charlbury , 9th November 1997, Church of the Immaculate Conception, Bicester


Gretchen Minerva Cummings - Contralto , John Cook - Clarinet , Paul Webster - Piano , Friday 4th July 1997, 7.30pm Burgh House, Hampstead. , As part of a concert which also includes Vaughan Williams "Four Last Songs".


Ashley Stafford - Counter Tenor , Stewart Taylor - Organ , 14th June 1997, Djanogly Chamber Series 2, University of Nottingham


Choir of St. Peter's Church, director - Paul Ayres , 18th May 1997, 10.00am St. Peter's Church, Ealing. , As part of sung Eucharist.


Rupert Damerell - Alto , Andrew Keeping - Guitar , Aubade (Rosemary Zolynski, Rowena Wells, Robert Hugill, Steve James, John McLeod), director Robert Hugill , 6th April 1997, 7.30pm Burgh House, Hampstead. , As part of a concert entitled MUSIC ON A SPRING EVENING, an evening of music ancient and modern for voice and guitar, and vocal ensemble.


London Concord Singers, conductor Malcolm Cottle. , 15th March 1997, 6.00pm St. Cyprian's Church, Glentworth Street, London as part of the choir's 30th Birthday celebrations.


David Greiner - Counter Tenor, Felicity Ford - Soprano, Rupert Damerell - Alto. , Fifteen B, conductor Paul Webster. , 17th March 1996, St. Cyprian's Church, Glentworth St., London.


London Concord Singers, conductor Malcolm Cottle, Patrick Clements - Horn. , 30th November 1995. Christ Church, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London.


Felicity Ford - Soprano, Rosemary Zolynski - Soprano, Margaret Jackson-Roberts - Contralto, , Etke Bainbridge - Horn, Yvonne Brain - Piano. , 9th July 1995, Burgh House, Hampstead.


St. Mary's Church, Chelsea, as part of Latin Mass. , 27th November 1994, 26th November 1996, 1st June 1997, 26th November 2000, 21st November 2004


St. Mary's Church, Chelsea, first concert performance, at a concert to mark the parish's 200th Anniversary , 13th May 1998


St. Mary's Church, Chelsea, as part of Latin Mass. , 9th July 1995, 26th November 1995, 4th February 1996, 7th July 1996, 11th May 1997, 24th May 1998


Felicity Ford - Soprano, Sue Elliot - Mezzo Soprano, Fifteen B, conductor Paul Webster. , 6th November 1994, Chapel at the House of Saint Barnabas, Soho.


London Concord Singers, conductor Malcolm Cottle. , 16th December 1993, St. Stephen's Church, Gloucester Road, London.

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