David Michael TITTERINGTON

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1958-01-10
Education Northern Sch of Music, Pembroke Coll Oxford (organ scholar, MA), Conservatoire Rueil-Malmaison Paris
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Recreations N/A
Clubs Travellers, Nobleman and Gentlemen's Catch
Style David Titterington, Esq
Career organist; debut Royal Festival Hall 1986; concert and concerto performances at major festivals and venues worldwide incl: Bicentennial Festival of Sydney 1988 and festivals of Hong Kong, New Zealand, Istanbul, Schleswig-Holstein, Cheltenham, Adelaide and Israel; BBC Proms debut 1990; orchestras played with incl: BBC Symphony, BBC Scottish Symphony, Bournemouth Sinfonietta, English Sinfonia, Berlin Symphony, Lahti Symphony; has given masterclasses internationally; numerous recordings made incl complete works of César Franck (for BBC), also recorded for Hyperion Records, Multisonic and ASV; world premiere performances incl: Petr Eben's Job 1986, Naji Hakim's Rubaiyat 1990, Diana Burrell's Arched Forms with Bells (Proms cmmn) 1990, Henze Symphony No 9 (BBC Proms) 2000, Stephen Montague's Toccare Incandescent (South Bank cmmn, Royal Festival Hall) 2004, Giles Swayne's 14 Stations of the Cross (25th Cambridge Festival cmmn, King's Coll Cambridge); organ conslt: Pembroke Coll Oxford 1995, Chapel Royal HM Tower of London 2000, St Catherine's Coll Cambridge 2002, Sidney Sussex Coll Cambridge 2007-, Canterbury Cathedral 2007-; artistic dir: Euro Organ Festival 1992, St Albans Int Organ Festival 2007-; Royal Acad of Music: prof of organ 1990-, head of organ studies 1996-; visiting prof Ferenc Liszt Acad Budapest 1997-; gen ed organ repertoire series United Music Publishers London 1987-97; Ian Fleming award 1983, French Government Scholarship 1983-84, Arts Council Bursary 1984, Premier Prix 1984, Prix d'Excellence 1985 (Rueil-Malmaison Conservatoire, Paris); memb: Royal Soc of Musicians of GB 1996; elected to SCR Pembroke Coll Oxford 1999; hon fell Univ of Bolton 1992, hon prof and Hon DMus Liszt Ferenc Univ Budapest 2000, Hon DUniv Huddersfield 2010; Hon ARAM 1994 (Hon RAM 2008), Hon FRCO 1999
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