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PrintYourOwn: We have launched the facility for you to purchase a licensed PDF from which you can make all the copies you need, conveniently and cost-effectively.

Mayflower400 commission: Arts Council England have provided funding for the commissioning from David of a new 50-minute cantata, A sure refuge, marking the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower to New England.

Showreel 2020: In September 2020, David gave a video presentation to the ABCD’s Choral Leaders Festival, introducing a selection of his works for choirs of different kinds.

Apollo5In February and March 2020 a new setting of John Donne’s poem, The Good-morrow, was premiered in concerts by the international award-winning British vocal ensemble, Apollo5, as part of their US tour, and is to be included in the group’s next album release in February 2021.

LFCCM: David’s motet, Panis angelicus, was chosen to feature in the 2019 London Festival of Contemporary Church Music. It was sung during Choral Eucharist in St Giles, Cripplegate, on Sunday 19 May 2019.

Prize winner: In September 2018, David was revealed as the winner of a major competition for a new anthem for a cathedral choir. His setting of ‘Before Action’ (a war poem by William Hodgson MC) took the prize in the St Edmundsbury Cathedral / RA Vestey Memorial Trust Competition, was subsequently premiered by the cathedral choir on 7 November 2018, and can be heard in the recording below (Dir: James Thomas, Org: Alexander Binns).

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