John Rutter: From tails to jeans and sweatshirt – record producing with the MYC

John Rutter: From tails to jeans and sweatshirt – record producing with the MYC

To mark the 80th anniversary of the Royal School of Church Music, the Millennium Youth Choir recorded a CD Out of the Stillness which was produced by the composer and conductor John Rutter. This is the latest project in a long-standing association between John Rutter and the RSCM. In this podcast he speaks about another string to his bow – that of record producer. Introduced by Stuart Robinson.

John Rutter listening on headphones

John Rutter (photos: Mark Simmons)

RSCM Millennium Youth Choir

The MYC recording in Marlborough College

The recording of The Gaelic Blessing by John Rutter is published by the RSCM, and is included on Out of the Stillness recorded by the Millennium Youth Choir. Both the music and the CD are available from RSCM Music Direct.

How to order the CD

Out of the Stillness is available from RSCM Music Direct
Price: £13.22
Tel: +44 (0)845 021 7726
Email: musicdirect@rscm.com

About the RSCM Millennium Youth Choir

Founded in 1999 at the suggestion of George Carey (then Archbishop of Canterbury) the choir pool of fifty singers aged between 16 and 23 is drawn from singers in church and university choirs all over the UK. It meets during vacations for residential courses which take place all over the British Isles include concerts, radio and tv broadcasts and sung services.

Further information at www.rscm.com/myc
Contact: myc@rscm.com
How to join: By audition. Apply online or contact the address above.

This podcast was produced for the RSCM by Stuart Robinson and is a 4sitesmedia production.