Birch, John

Born: 1918 AD
Died: 1945 AD, at 27 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Musicians

1947 – He was educated at Trent College and left in July this year to study music at university.


1958 – He became Organist and Master of the Choristers at Chi Chester Cathedral; he has since maintained close links with this cathedral city in West Sussex as a patron of the arts and collector of Modern British Art.


1959 – He was appointed as a Professor at the Royal College of Music, where he continued to lecture until 1997.


1967 - His natural educational abilities were further harnessed by the University of Sussex, where Birch played as the University Organist from this year to 1994.


1971 – He worked as a Visiting Lecturer in Music.


1982 - He further established his musical pedigree by becoming Director of Music at Temple Church. Two years later, he was appointed the role of Curator-Organist at the Royal Albert Hall. He is now an internationally renowned Recitalist and Concert Organist.
















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