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Timothy Craig Harrison

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Timothy Craig Harrison Biography

Timothy Craig Harrison studied music at Durham University, gaining a BA Hons. After fifteen years as a music teacher he returned to the north east in 1997 to study composition under Agustin Fernandez. In 2002 Tim was appointed Director of Music at St Cuthbert’s Seminary, Ushaw College, Durham. http://www.ushaw.ac.uk

Tim's catalogue includes solo songs, choral works, chamber and orchestral works, organ solos and a large body of liturgical music. His organ work Carillon de Matin has been performed many times around the world. His latest organ solo Christe qui Lux es et Dies was premiered by Emma Gibbins at St Marylebone Parish Church, London, as part of the 2007 Annual Festival of New Organ Music http://www.afnom.org.

Carillon de Matin has been recorded by Norman Harper http://www.normanharper.org.uk on the CD Bolton Town Hall (Cardinal CSCD104). The guitar works have been recorded by Jonathan Richardsfor The Divine Art label on the CD Elegy. Tim's anthem Mine eyes for beauty pine is sung by the choir of Sheffield Cathedral under Simon Lole on the CD Music for Evensong (REGCD 127).

Forthcoming premieres include:

Gloria, a large scale setting of this great hymn of praise, performed by South Tyneside Chorus with Bede Wind Philharmoninic

The Risen Christ, a sequence for choir and organ inspired by the work of sculptor Fenwick Lawson, sung by Palatinate Voices http://palatinatevoices.googlepages.com conducted by Keith Wright with Richard Martin (organ).

All Saints Day an anthem for choir and organ commissioned by Emma Gibbins and the choir of All Saints Church, High Wycombe http://www.allsaintshighwycombe.org.

Tim is married to Rachel and they have four children. He “juggles his life” between his family and his work as a composer, conductor, and performer.

To listen online to Tim's music please visit his webpage at http://timothycraigharrison.googlepages.com

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