Professor Andrew Morrisson

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Professor Andrew Morrisson

Andrew Morrisson was educated at Brentwood School in Essex, where he studied organ with Dr Edgar Brice from the Royal Academy of Music, and at Imperial College London, where he studied chemistry. Following a move to Aberdeen to study for a PhD at the Macaulay Institute, he was appointed Assistant Organist at St Andrew's Cathedral, Aberdeen and then Organist and Master of the Choristers in 1983, succeeding Geoffrey Pearce. 

Professor Morrisson has conducted the St Andrew's Cathedral Choir in numerous radio and television broadcasts and has made a number of recordings, including a solo CD to mark 21 years tenure at the Cathedral. He has conducted the Cathedral Choir in over 20 of the major churches in the United Kingdom, including St Paul's Cathedral, London, Canterbury Cathedral and York Minster. In October 2005 he led the Cathedral Choir, on a tour of New York, Boston and Hartford, Connecticut. Professor Morrisson has also conducted several Aberdeen choirs, most notably Con Anima. 

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