Owain Park's music has been performed internationally by ensembles including the Tallis Scholars, the BBC Singers, the Aurora Orchestra and the RSCM Millennium Youth Choir
Recent works include Upheld By Stillness commissioned by ORA, Shakespeare Songs of Night-time for the Holst Singers, and The Wings of the Wind, recently toured by the Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge to Australia and Hong Kong. In 2017, a new work commissioned by the chamber choir Tenebrae was toured in the UK and the USA.
Park’s compositions have won awards from organisations including the National Centre of Early Music, and his music has been broadcast on BBC Radios 3 and 4, and Classic FM. He is also a conductor, singer and organist. He conducts The Gesualdo Six, a male-voice ensemble specialising in early music, also performing works as diverse as Ligeti’s Nonsense Madrigals. From 2016, he also leads the Cambridge Chorale. Holding the FRCO diploma, Owain was formerly Organ Scholar at Trinity College, Cambridge, and Senior Organ Scholar at Wells Cathedral.
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Owain Park's The Lord's Prayer is a reflection on the setting of this prayer by John Sheppard in the 16th century. This piece is scored for Unaccompanied SSAATTBB Choir, and was commissioned, and sung in this video, by Siglio de Oro and Patrick Allies as part of their 'John Sheppard at 500' celebrations.