The Pegasus Awards

Deborah Crook



Pegasus Nominations

Year Category Group
2007 Best Performer n'Early Music Consort
Deborah Crook sings Alto, Soprano, and Tenor as required; plus accompanist (keyboards), conductor, arranger and techie.

Deborah started playing the violin at four, and led her first orchestra at six. At eight, she joined one of the UK's leading church choirs, and has been singing ever since. At Cambridge (University), she played violin and viola, leading several college orchestras, and held an organ scholarship at the university church.

After a brief flirtation with filk in the early 80s, she was dragged back into the fold as accompanist for the nMC's performance of "Trial & Worry" (a filk of "Trial by Jury", a light opera by Gilbert & Sullivan), at Dixseption in 2005. Since then, she's settled into a role as nMC's odd-job woman, singing somewhere between soprano and bass, accompanying, conducting, and occasionally torturing the choir with complicated choral settings. Her ambition is to make them wistful for nice 'simple' Rhodri arrangements.


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