Robert Brooks is a conductor, baritone and composer based in Oxford. As well as recital and concert appearances, he directs the Preston Cecilian Choral Society and the Manchester Singers, and is the assistant conductor of the St George’s Singers in Poynton.
Robert began his musical education in London, where he attended Junior Guildhall, before singing as a treble in the choir of New College, Oxford. He then completed a music degree at the University of Manchester, where he directed the chamber choir Ad Solem and was given an award by the university for services to choral conducting. During this time he was also a member of the third Genesis Sixteen program, which was led by Harry Christophers and Eamonn Doogan.
After graduating, Robert directed the Leeds College of Music Choral Society, the Edinburgh University Chamber Choir and the Abney Orchestra. He also completed a conducting scholarship with the Leeds Festival Chorus and a fellowship with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, for whom he is now regularly engaged as a conductor and coach.
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