Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral Choir

Dominic Neville

Director of Music & Cathedral Organist

St John’s College
College Green
Newport Road
Cardiff
CF3 5YX

  • Email: dpneville@stjohnscollegecardiff.com
  • Mobile: +44 (0)29 2053 4913
  • Tel.: +44 (0)29 2077 8936

Dominic Neville began his musical training as a boy chorister of Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral Choir and St John’s College. His studies continued at Cambridge University and as part of the Music Tripos he took up opportunities to conduct the highly acclaimed choir of Clare College Chapel and King’s Voices. Dominic was a Choral Scholar in the world famous choir of King’s College and sang in the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols which is broadcast each Christmas Eve to an estimated audience of 180 million via the BBC World Service.  Dominic sang in Grammy-nominated recordings for EMI, and at venues including the Amsterdam Concertgebouw and the Royal Festival Hall in London.  Dominic sang at the memorial service for Princess Margaret HRH (soloist Bryn Terfyl), and he was a soloist at the choir’s sell-out Christmas concert at the Royal Albert Hall.

Dominic is now Director of Music and Cathedral Organist at Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral, and Head of Upper Sixth, Admissions Tutor and Director of Music at St John’s College.  He is Principal Conductor of Llandaff Cathedral Choral Society, Director of Music at Newman Hall, and an Academic Lecturer at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

 

 

 

James Neville

Master of the Choristers

St John’s College
College Green
Newport Road
Cardiff
CF3 5YX

Master of the Choristers, James Neville, began his musical training as a chorister of Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral and he was educated at the choir school, St John’s College. His studies continued at Magdalen College, Oxford, where he sang as an Academical Clerk and graduated in Modern History. He went on to study further at the University of Cambridge, completing an MPhil at King’s College where he was a Choral Scholar in the world-famous chapel choir and studied conducting with Stephen Layton.

James is Assistant Head, Head of Humanities and Head of History at the choir school, St John’s College. He is a Foundation Governor of St Joseph’s RC Primary School and is a visiting lecturer at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama.

Alongside his teaching career, James performs as a countertenor soloist. Recent and forthcoming solo engagements include Bach B Minor Mass (Gloucester and Llandaff cathedrals), Bach St John Passion (Chester, Hereford, Norwich and Ripon cathedrals), Bach St Matthew Passion (Colston Hall and Hereford and Llandaff cathedrals), Handel Israel in Egypt (St Albans Cathedral and St Martin-in-the-Fields), Handel Messiah (Chelmsford, Chester, Hereford, Llandaff and Wells cathedrals, Colston Hall and York Minster) and Purcell Come, Ye Sons of Art (Leith Hill Music Festival).

Reverend Canon Peter Collins, K.H.S., S.T.L.

Dean of the Metropolitan Cathedral

Clergy House
Metropolitan Cathedral of St David
38 Charles Street
Cardiff
CF10 2SF

Mr John Fellows

Child Protection Officer

Clergy House
Metropolitan Cathedral of St David
38 Charles Street
Cardiff
CF10 2SF
j-fellows@inbox.com
Tel. 029 2023 1407

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