WEEK ONE 29 July to 5 August
WEEK TWO 5 to 12 August
Sue Hollingworth is in great demand as a choral director of both adult and young people’s choirs. She has celebrated 30 years as Musical Director of the award winning Scunthorpe Co-operative Junior Choir and has conducted both the Sine Nomine International Touring Choir and Grimsby Philharmonic Choir for over a decade. In addition, she regularly works as a guest conductor, gives masterclasses, teaches at summer schools and choral weekends, lectures to postgraduate students, teaches conducting for ABCD and adjudicates competitions. She was awarded a Churchill Fellowship for her work with choirs and was named as Choral Director of the Year by the Gramophone Magazine. In 2013 she was the recipient of a Royal Philharmonic Award for co-directing Cycle Song, a community opera commissioned by the Scunthorpe Co-operative Junior Choir and performed for the Cultural Olympiad. This involved 1500 amateur and professional performers. Sue is a Graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music where she studied voice and is now a visiting lecturer.
is a versatile, dynamic and inspiring conductor, organist and harpsichordist whose work has been heard on all UK classical radio stations and beyond.
He is the Director of Music at Worksop College and North Notts Chamber Choir, having previously been Organ Scholar at Salisbury Cathedral, Canterbury Cathedral and Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge. He has numerous CD recordings to his name: early recordings date back to his time as a chorister at Wells Cathedral, whilst in more recent ones he features as organist or conductor. As an organist, he has performed as a soloist in many of the UK’s leading cathedrals and concert halls and he brings to the summer school a wealth of experience working with both amateur and professional choirs.