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Adrian Green, Tenor, Producer, Artistic Director

A graduate of Royal Holloway, University of London and recipient of the Dame Felicity Lott Bursary, Adrian is Managing Director of Convivium Records and Convivium Singers. Whilst Convivium Records has worked recently for a number of high profile clients including The Baltic Exchange, London, and The Royal School of Church Music, Convivium Singers have worked with many notable composers and conductors, and performed at a number of international choral festivals. They have recently been recommended on BBC Radio 3’s ‘CD Review’ as ‘an extraordinarily good choir to listen to’, with reference to their most recent recording of Jonathan Dove’s choral music available on NAXOS. Recent guest conductors of the group have included Neil Ferris, David Price, Malcolm Archer, Eamonn Dougan.

 

Latest News & Reviews

  • On Music for Seafarers from Executive Producer, Adrian Green

    “I listened to this new CD from start to finish with the greatest enjoyment and admiration” – Sir David Willcocks, British choral conductor, organist and composer http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Willcocks “I’ve just listened to your recording of Vast Ocean of Light – it sounds wonderful! The organ presence and colour is excellent, the pacing is very satisfying, the [...]

  • Adrian Green’s Convivium Singers Perform Alongside Military Wives at Bond Street ‘Late Night Luxury’

    Convivium Singers this week join the Military Wives at ‘Late Night Luxury in Bond Street’ Christmas feature hosted by the Bond Street Association. Taking place this Thursday, the 22nd November from 6-9pm, ‘Late Night Luxury’ will bring together the Singers, the Military Wives, under Gareth Malone’s direction, The Swing Cats, Vaults Quartet and All That [...]

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Testimonials & Reviews

  • The Stanford Society

    In response to the commissioned concert by the Stanford Society and Ireland Trust, November 2013. “I was particularly impressed by the recital for tenor and piano sung so brilliantly by Adrian Green. Not only was his singing superb, but his manner and the way he communicated with and engaged the audience, displayed a natural gift.”

  • Malcolm Archer on Adrian Green

    “Adrian is a tenor Lay Clerk in the choir of Portsmouth Cathedral, and he has a fine tenor voice with an excellent range. His high notes are effortless and very well produced and his technique and tone is enviable, and well suited to both choir blending and solo work. He has recently made a CD [...]


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