Whitbourn elected to Honorary Research Fellowship

Whitbourn elected to Honorary Research Fellowship
James Whitbourn has been elected to an Honorary Research Fellowship of St. Stephen's House, Oxford, one of the University of Oxford's six Permanent Private Halls.

Canon Dr. Robin Ward, Principal of St Stephen's House commented:
"I am delighted that the Council has decided to enhance our academic work in this way."

Whitbourn added:
"It is an honour to be part of this distinguished academic community, with a burgeoning arts programme adding to its fine reputation as a centre for the study of theology."

Whitbourn will also be co-Director of the college's new Anglo-American Choral Institute, initiated in conjunction with Westminster Choir College of Rider University, to be based at the college during the summer months.

Whitbourn is releasing a new book in January, entitled 'The Musician's Trust'. Working with co-writer James Jordan, Whitbourn explores the many facets of trust centre stage, both for individuals and ensembles.

Also in January, the Naxos recording of Annelies will be released. To listen to a preview track, please click HERE.

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