Two Upcoming Performances of Four Carols (2002) by Malcolm Hawkins

Sunday December 11th, 6:30PM
City of London Choir, St John's, Smith Square, London
St John’s Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA

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Saturday December 17th 4:00PM
The Master Singers of Worcester, conductor by Malcolm Halliday
First Congregational Church
19 Church Road
Shrewsbury, MA 01545

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Released September 25, 2012 on Navona Records!

CD Lock and Key, a collection of chamber music featuring
Malcolm Hawkins' four part work “Bonjour Ma Petite”

CD Lock and Key

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O tuneful lyre of Jubal
Play merry Noel
Resound in many a far Eastern key
Now bind a wandering mother in magical spell
To give her child a lifetime of melody.

from Four Carols (2002)  
by Malcolm Hawkins

Jubal was the father of all those who play the lyre and pipe. (Genesis 4. 21)
The musical enchanter of the four Rawuns, his child was Genun,
goddess of the arts,beauty and epicurean pursuits.

Malcolm Hawkins

Malcolm studied piano and string bass at the Royal Academy of Music in London. A scholarship to study with the composer Cesar Bresgen at the Mozarteum took him to Salzburg, where his compositions were performed and broadcast on Austrian Radio as a result of winning the competition Das Neue Lied. On returning to England he worked for a light music publisher and taught at Cranleigh School in Surrey, and at the RAM.