Charles Groves

(1915—1992) conductor

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NORCROSS, Lawrence John Charles (1927 - 2010), Headmaster, Highbury Grove School, 1975–87

AMPHLETT, Charles Grove (1862 - 1921), JP Salop and Staffordshire; Reserve of Officers, North Staffs Regiment

Between Pacifism and Jihad: Just War and Christian Tradition. By J. Daryl Charles. Downer's Grove, Ill.: Intervarsity Press, 2005. np.

GROVER, Anthony (Charles) (1907 - 1981), Chairman: Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 1963–June 1973; Lifeguard Assurance Ltd, 1964–76

ANDERSON, Charles Groves Wright (1897 - 1988), Member House of Representatives, for Hume, New South Wales, 1949–51 and 1955–61; grazier

GROVES, Charles (Barnard) (1915 - 1992), conductor; Associate Conductor, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, since 1967; Music Director, Leeds Philharmonic Society, since 1988

BROOK, Charles Groves Darville (born 1940), JP; Professor of Paediatric Endocrinology, University College London, 1989–2000, now Emeritus; Consultant Paediatrician, Middlesex Hospital, 1974–2000, and Gt Ormond Street Hospital, 1994–2000, now Hon. Consulting Paediatric Endocrinologist; Director, London Centre for Paediatric Endocrinology, 1994–2000


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(b London, 1915; d London, 1992). Eng. conductor. Ch. master at BBC 1938–42. Assoc. cond. BBC Th. Orch. 1942–4. Cond. BBC Northern Orch., Manchester, 1944–51, Bournemouth SO 1951–61, WNO 1961–3, Royal Liverpool PO 1963–77, ENO 1978–9. During his time in Liverpool, cond. cycle of Mahler syms. and many works by Eng. composers from Elgar to Maxwell Davies. OBE 1958, CBE 1968. Knighted 1973.

From The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music in Oxford Reference.

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