(1974 - )
Choral composer and arranger, Alexander L’Estrange combines his background in the English choral tradition with his love for jazz harmonies and groove. He is best known for his large-scale fusion works which draw together singers of all ages. These include Zimbe! Come, sing the songs of Africa! (over 150 performances worldwide its first five years), which quickly established his stellar reputation. His sacred choral works have been recorded by chamber choir Tenebrae and he regularly arranges for world-class a cappella groups The Swingle Singers, Voces8 and The King’s Singers.
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Voting is open for the Music Teacher Awards Best Music Education Initiative. Vote for Alexander L'Estrange's community choral work Wassail! Read more
"Wassail! Carols of Comfort and Joy" is the next in line of an already well-established selection of community choral works by composer Alexander L’Estrange. Read more