Fred Kimball Graham
GRAHAM, Fred Kimball. b. Oshawa, Ontario, 8 April 1946. He was educated at the Royal Conservatory of Music (ARCT 1966) and the University of Toronto (Mus. Bac. in Education 1967), winning a graduating scholarship and a Canada Council bursary which took him to Germany for three years to study sacred music and conducting. He completed a Fellowship in the Royal College of Organists in London in 1970.
Returning to Canada as a parish musician, he taught instrumental and choral music in Ottawa, and succeeded Nicholas Goldschmidt as director of the Canadian Centennial Choir (1972-75). In Atlantic Canada he taught music in Saint John, New Brunswick, before becoming music director of the Cathedral...
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