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Dr Martin Ennis

Director of Studies

    I teach a wide range of subjects at undergraduate level, including harmony and counterpoint, analysis, and keyboard skills. I am particularly committed to the teaching of undergraduates at Girton – a distinctive feature of studying at the College – and I was awarded the Pilkington Prize (the University’s highest award for teaching) in 2009.

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    Gareth Wilson

    Director of Chapel Music

      I am the Director of Chapel Music and Bye-Fellow at Girton College, where I am a member of the Music Faculty at University of Cambridge. I also lecture for the Royal College of Organists and, in addition to freelance work as a choral conductor, I am Director of Music at Christ Church, Chelsea. Where I am responsible for the composition, commissioning and directing of over 150 new works for the Anglican liturgy as well as playing a leading role in the installation of the church’s Flentrop organ.

      As a composer, my liturgical music has been heard at dozens of churches, cathedrals, and college chapels across Britain, Canada, and the USA, and is available on several CD recordings, as well as it being broadcasted on BBC radio.

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      Margaret Faultless


        I have a wide-ranging teaching remit, from directing orchestras in Cambridge to coaching, auditioning and examining, giving solo performances with students, supervising dissertations, advising on professional development and lecturing on performance. My research interests are in leadership, particularly in repertoire composed before the advent of silent conducting, and in the relationship between notation and the performer.