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Cockburn, Christopher (1957- )


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My year of birth is 1957. I am a South African church and concert organist and choir director. I studied at the University of Cape Town and in England and was assistant organist at St George’s Cathedral, Cape Town. From 1985 to 2003 I was organist and choir director at the Cathedral of St Michael and St George in Grahamstown, where I composed the chant published in ‘Cantica Nova’ as well as other choral music. I also lectured at Rhodes University in Grahamstown and am currently on the staff of the Music Department at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban.

Qualifications:
Bachelor of Music (Education) (UCT)
Master of Music (Organ Performance) (UCT)
Doctor of Philosophy (Musicology) (UKZN)
Fellowship of the Royal College of Organists
Fellowship of Trinity College of Music, London (Organ Performance)
Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music (Organ Performance)
Higher Diploma in Education (UCT)
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