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George Guest was born in Bangor, Wales. His father was an organist, and George assisted him by acting as organ blower. He became a chorister at Bangor Cathedral, and subsequently at Chester Cathedral, where he received organ lessons from the sub-organist, Dr. Roland Middleton. He passed the examination for ARCO in 1940, and FRCO in 1942. By this time he had become the organist and choirmaster of Connah's Quay parish church, Flintshire. George Guest was always proud of his Welsh roots and from the 1970s onwards took a personal interest in the Cambridge University Welsh Society (Cymdeithas Y Mabinogi), sponsoring many of its events and providing a welcome face for Welsh students away from home. At the age of 18 he was called up for military service, and joined the Royal Air Force, being posted to India in 1945. On leaving the services in 1947 he took up the post of sub-organist at Chester Cathedral. The cathedral organist, Malcolm Boyle, encouraged him to apply for the Organ Scholarship at St John's College, Cambridge, in which endeavour he was successful. At Cambridge he studied under Robin Orr. In his final year as Organ Scholar, Robin Orr announced that he intended to retire, and the College Council offered the post to Guest.

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Miss RM Bentall BA MA (Huddersfield) PGDip LRAM Singing
Mr RC Bottriell BA (Exeter) PGDip LRAM Piano
Miss C Bridge BMus (London) LRAM Singing
Miss M Carroll BMus MMus (London) LRAM Piano
Mr JD Clarkson MA (Cantab) Singing and Music Theory
Miss G Dafydd Diplôme (École Normale de Musique de Paris) LRAM MA (RAM) Harp
Dr AL Fredrick BMus (Northwestern) MMus PhD (RAM) Singing
Mr JR Gale MEng (Leeds) Physics
Mrs F Hamilton BMus (London) LRAM Singing
Miss R Hinton BMus (London) DipABRSM Violin
Ms M Lo BA (Birmingham City) Mandarin Chinese
Mr DA McCormick Gymnastics
Miss T McKoy-Patterson Dip (London Studio Centre) Dance
Ms HE Meehan Cert (AACCA) Cheerleading
Miss K Mehmet Cert (Santosha Yoga Institute) Yoga
Miss EL-M Mitchell LRAM Trumpet
Miss K Mount BA (Rose Bruford) Speech and Drama
Miss R Palmer LRAM Violin and Viola
Miss M Ridd BA (Oxon) PGDip (RAM) Cello and piano
Mrs KC Scott Dip (Brunel) Dance
Mr B Sharpe BMus (LCM) Guitar
Mr LS Tucker BMus (RCM) MMus (Guildhall) Woodwind
Mr M West BMus MMus (RCM) Percussion, Drums and Music Theory

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Choir Of Queen's College, Cambridge, The Directed By James Weeks Organ Matthew Steynor - Christmas From CambridgeChoir Of Queen's College, Cambridge, The Directed By James Weeks Organ Matthew Steynor - Christmas From CambridgeChoir Of Queen's College, Cambridge, The Directed By James Weeks Organ Matthew Steynor - Christmas From CambridgeChoir Of Queen's College, Cambridge, The Directed By James Weeks Organ Matthew Steynor - Christmas From Cambridge

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