Stephen Muir is Senior Lecturer in Music at Leeds University, and Principal Investigator for Performing the Jewish Archive.
|Birth||8th May 1972|
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A Shabbat hymn, often set to music for choir. Various different settings featured in the 'Out of the Shadows' festivals.
Performers for 'Music on the Brink of Destruction', 4 Jan 2017
Concert of the Clothworkers Consort of Leeds at the British Library, 27 June 2017.
Performance of 'Journeys in Jewish Choral Music' for the Leeds University International Concert Series and the 2016 'Being Human' Festival.
Performance of Simon Parmet’s Eyli, Eyli by the Clothworkers Consort of Leeds in London, 2017
The final concert of the 'Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish Music and Theater' festival, Madison (Wisconsin)
Performance of Simon Parmet's Eyli Eyli by The Cape Soloist Choir in Cape Town, 2017
A concert of music featuring works written by composers caught up in the Holocaust.
Recording of Samuel Rubinstein's arrangement of Salomon Sulzer's Ki malokhav performed by Clothrworkers Consort in Leeds, 2015
Gideon Klein's settings of folksongs, for the prisoner choirs in the Terezin ghetto. (Arranged by Stephen Muir.)
'Out of the Shadows' Festival Prologue: Choral and vocal concert, in collaboration with the Jewish Community of Prague.
Recording of Simon Parmet's arrangement of Yiddish folk songs in Leeds, 2016
Performance of Gideon Klein's folksongs, arranged for girls' choir and piano by Stephen Muir.
The autograph manuscript score of Ajzensztadt's Passover Cantata Chad Gadya [One Little Goat], a research subject of Dr Stephen Muir.
The Clothworkers Consort of Leeds is an auditioned chamber choir rehearsing in the spectacular and historical Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall.