'All the world's a stage' composed by alumnus David Stoll to be premiered in London in June

On Saturday 17 June, the London Pro Arte Choir will premiere the work 'All the world's a stage' by composer alumnus David Stoll at St Michael's Church in London. The work is a setting of the text from Shakespeare’s ‘As you like it’.

David Stoll (Worcester College, 1967) studied music at Oxford, where he held the Hadow open scholarship in composition at Worcester College, and at the Royal Academy of Music, London.  He has written music for the concert hall, the theatre and education, and his background music for television is heard throughout the world.  You can find out more about David’s music, his educational projects and his work for composers in the UK and Europe on his website, including information about his novels A DREAM OF LOCKDOWN and THE GHOST AT CRONE.

For more information about the concert, please visit the London Pro Arte Choir website.