Choral Music CD launch
William Petter was a choral director, tenor and singing teacher based in West London. He graduated with Distinction from the Royal Academy of Music and went on to have a busy career singing with many of the UK’s leading choral ensembles, including Philharmonia Voices, the choirs of Westminster Abbey and Westminster Cathedral, The Choir of the Enlightenment, The Sixteen, Britten Sinfonia Voices and London Voices, as well as pursuing a busy career as a concert soloist. He also directed the professional choir at the church of St Magnus the Martyr in central London, with whom he produced two commercial CDs, as well as directing several chamber choirs and maintaining a busy teaching schedule. Read his biography here.
William passed away of clear cell sarcoma in October 2016, aged just 34. Despite his illness and the complications of his treatment, William continued to emerge as a highly talented composer and a CD of William’s music, released under the Novum label - is being launched at Temple Church, London, on Thursday 30th March at 7pm. We are delighted to announce that all proceeds from CD sales will go to Sarcoma UK.
A performance of music from the CD and one or two short speeches on behalf of the production team and the charity will be followed by drinks and the opportunity to purchase copies.
It promises to be a wonderful event and we look forward to seeing many of you there. All proceeds from teh CD are going towards Sarcoma UK.
You can listen to extracts and pre-order the CD via the Novum Records Shop.
You can buy from Amazon here.