Andrew Gant (b. 1963) — Toccata on “Mendelssohn” (1997) for organ
English composer Andrew Gant (b. 1963) was educated at St. John’s, College, Cambridge; the Royal Academy of Music; and Goldsmiths College, University of London (PhD). From 2000–13, he was organist, choirmaster, and composer at Her Majesty’s Chapel Royal. Gant has sung with most of the United Kingdom’s leading choirs and vocal ensembles, including The Sixteen, the Monteverdi Choir, the Cambridge Singers, and the Tallis Scholars. His church and staff appointments include posts at Westminster Abbey; Selwyn College, Cambridge; the Royal Military Chapel; Worcester College, Oxford; and St. Peter’s College, Oxford. Gant has also been an author and editor; he has published books on the history of Christmas carols, the history of English church music, and Handel’s “Messiah.” Gant has also been active as a politician, elected in 2014 as councillor to the Oxford City Council for the Summertown ward.
Published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd. in “The Organ Music of Andrew Gant”