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Julian Robbins

Julian Robbins likes to compose in a wide range of styles, from the 16th to the 20th centuries.

His first major public appearance was as treble soloist in the opera Amahl and the Night Visitors with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. In his teens he played viola in the National Youth Orchestra, and was subsequently a Cambridge choral scholar. He later became a cathedral lay clerk, out of which his career as a tenor soloist developed.

He also performs on lute and guitar, as well as playing in a band covering a range of popular music from the Fifties and Sixties onwards.

These are available free for download, but if in return you would like to make a small donation to Hereford Cathedral Perpetual Trust it would be very much appreciated.

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