George Guest

(1924—2003) organist and choirmaster

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HANDLEY, Vernon George (1930 - 2008), Principal Guest Conductor, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, 1989–95, then Conductor Emeritus; Associate Conductor, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, since 1994 (Guest Conductor, 1961–94)

NAGANO, Kent George (born 1951), conductor; Music Director, Montréal Symphony Orchestra, since 2006; Principal Guest Conductor and Artistic Advisor, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, since 2012; General Music Director, Hamburgische Staatsoper, since 2015

EMANUEL, Joseph George (1871 - 1958), Consulting Physician, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, the Birmingham and Midland Free Hospital for Sick Children, The Dental Hospital, Birmingham and Guest Hosp. and Eye Infirmary, Dudley

GUEST, Trevor George (1928 - 1999), a District Judge (formerly Registrar of the Principal Registry), Family Division of the High Court of Justice, 1972–93; barrister

GUEST, George Howell (1924 - 2002), Organist of St John’s College, Cambridge, 1951–91 (Fellow, since 1956); University Organist, Cambridge University, 1974–91


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(b Bangor, N. Wales, 1924; d Cardiff, 2003). Welsh organist and conductor. Org. and choirmaster St John's Coll., Cambridge, 1951–91, making it one of the finest choirs in the world, with a continental rather than Eng. style. Ass. lect. in mus., Cambridge Univ. 1953–6. orch. 1956–82. Prof. of harmony and counterpoint, RAM, 1960–1. Org., Cambridge Univ. 1974–91. Art. dir. Llandaff Fest. 1985. CBE 1987.

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