Barry Creasy

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Barry has been a lover of music of all kinds since his very early years, but choral music is a particular passion; he has been singing with choirs of all varieties – from vocal quartets to 200-strong choruses – since the age of nine, and he has performed repertoire of many styles and periods from plainsong to Dove via Tavener, Monteverdi, Bach, Mozart, Verdi, Schoenberg, Rodgers, Porter, Stockhausen, Maxwell Davies and Whitacre. A holder of a Master’s degree in Arts Management, Barry has also been involved in musical management of a number of instrumental and choral groups, and for 13 years managed (and sang with) Collegium Musicum of London, for whom he promoted and organised concerts, and wrote dozens of programme notes. He currently sings with two small ensembles (one of which specialises in Renaissance polyphony), and devotes much of his spare time to listening to music and sampling the cultural melting-pot of London’s arts scene.
Barry Creasy


Articles by Barry Creasy


Prom 7: Jacob Collier and Friends @ Royal Albert Hall, London (Reviews)
Prom 6: BBC SO / Oramo @ Royal Albert Hall, London (Reviews)
Prom 1: BBC SO/Oramo @ Royal Albert Hall, London (Reviews)
Bach: Mass in B minor @ St John’s Smith Square, London (Reviews)
Histoires Sacrées @ St John’s Smith Square, London (Reviews)
Parry Anniversary Concert @ Royal Festival Hall, London (Reviews)
Holst Singers @ St Peter’s Eaton Square, London (Reviews)
Powerplant: The Filthy Fifteen @ Barbican Milton Court, London (Reviews)
Preview: BBC Proms 2018 (Features)
Gregory Rose at 70 @ St John’s, Smith Square, London (Reviews)
Philharmonia @ Royal Festival Hall, London (Reviews)
Homage to ‘Switched-On Bach’ – Art of Moog @ Kings Place, London (Reviews)
Fairest Isle @ Wigmore Hall, London (Reviews)
Skylark: Seven Words from the Cross @ St John’s Smith Square, London (Reviews)
Harmonic Spiritual Theatre @ St John’s Smith Square, London (Reviews)
Workers and the State @ Royal Festival Hall, London (Reviews)
Denis Kozhukhin @ Wigmore Hall, London (Reviews)
Dead Man Walking @ Barbican Hall, London (Reviews)
Mendelssohn: Elijah @ Barbican Hall, London (Reviews)
Red Priest: The Baroque Bohemians @ Kings Place, London (Reviews)
Songs of the Sea @ Wigmore Hall, London (Reviews)