The Fisher Consort
The Fisher Consort is an innovative vocal ensemble which takes its name from its original venue of residence, the Chapel of St John Fisher in Cambridge. Made up of students and recent graduates, the group brings together exceptional young singers to premiere new choral works alongside classics, performing in both liturgical and concert settings. Since the group’s inception in 2014 they have performed in London, Cambridge and Devon and have premiered works by Graham Keitch, Stephen Bick and other up and coming composers.
Musical Director – Jonathan Schranz
Jonathan Schranz is a freelance conductor based in London. He studied choral conducting at the Royal Academy of Music where he was awarded a Distinction along with numerous prizes. Prior to this he read music at Churchill College, Cambridge, graduating with first class honours in 2015. In addition to the Fisher Consort, Jonathan is musical director at Brentwood Choral Society, the Church of St John at Hackney, the Office Choir of Grant Thornton and the professional Gregorian Schola, Graduale. When away from churches and concert halls he can be found in maximum security prisons leading choral singing workshops with the charity Sing Inside. Jonathan is grateful to the following organisations for their generous support: The Royal College of Organists, the Richard Syred Music Fund, the Stanley Vann Scholarship Trust, the John Wates Charitable Trust and the Michael James Music Trust.