Robert initially conducted the choir last spring when its then musical director Michael Howell was unwell.
What does MD stand for?
MD stands for Musical Director
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- Municipal Docks Railway (of the Jacksonville Port Authority)
- Munitions Dump
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Music Department
- Music Director
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- Maryland - Individual Practice Association, Inc. (Rockville, MD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But James' love of musical theatre is now paying dividends too, with a recent spell "depping" as musical director of the Sunderland Empire panto Peter Pan, starring Tom Lister and Katy Ashworth.
The group is now busy rehearsing - in musical director Maddy Evans' house in Stratford - the three songs they will be performing in the opening round, including Rule The World by Take That.
Musical director John Jenkins led the 80 choristers through a well-rehearsed programme, accompanied by the excellent Laura Smith on piano and talented Scott Williams on organ.
The choir, under musical director Jean Stanley Jones, joined the Birmingham-based Canoldir Male Choir as its special guests in the two day 42nd Annual Anglo-Welsh concert.
A former BBC Light Entertainment musical director, he was also musical director of the Eurovision Song Contest three times and conducted the British entry on seven occasions.