Collegium Records

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Album issued by Collegium in 2006

Collegium Records is an English classical music record label founded in 1984 by composer, conductor and singer John Rutter, primarily to record his work with the Cambridge Singers.[1][2]

The label has also worked with artistes including composer Tarik O'Regan, soprano Elin Manahan Thomas, the City of London Sinfonia, and the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge.


  1. ^ Trevor Beeson In Tuneful Accord: The Church Musicians Page 202 2009 "This led to the creation of his own label, Collegium Records, and most of his work has now been recorded."
  2. ^ Gramophone - Volume 69 Page 11 1992 "The success of Rutter's own carols and arrangements have ... Collegium Records, which operates from a purpose-built studio at the bottom of the Rutter family's garden, boasts the latest in ..."

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