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Bryan Kelly (b.1934)

Bryan KellyBryan Kelly is the communicator of an irrepressible joie de vivre, and a consummate professional whether delivering an engaging lecture–recital illustrated by his own immaculate piano playing, or a brand new instrumental or choral work for admired colleagues. An exuberant presence over five decades of British musical life, he has written symphonies, overtures, concertos, opera, and a distinguished series of canticle settings, including the uplifting ‘Kelly in C’ and, in the Stainer & Bell catalogue, the Kentucky Canticles inspired by the singing of Paul Robeson.

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