Chris Chivers Net Worth

Chris Chivers Net Worth is
$15 Million

Chris Chivers Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

'Canon Chris Chivers has been Vicar of John Keble Church, Mill Hill, in the Diocese of London, since 2010. Born on 16 July 1967, he was educated at Bristol Cathedral School where he was a chorister in the cathedral choir and pupil assistant organist, studying the organ with Clifford Harker.He subsequently read for a degree in music at Magdalen College, Oxford (1985–88) where he was an Academical Clerk (Choral Scholar) in the College Choir, the President of the College Music Society and Musical Director of the Oxford Chamber Choir. He studied under Bojan Bujic and John Harper, and singing with Janet Edmunds. He is a published composer whose choral works have been sung by the choirs of King's College, Cambridge, Westminster Abbey, Blackburn, Bristol, Cape Town and Gloucester Cathedrals, as well as by the choirs of Caius and Queens' Colleges in Cambridge and New College, Magdalen, Lincoln and St Peter's Colleges in Oxford. His works include: Our Blessed Lady's Lullaby (1988), Ecce puer (1994), Mayenziwe Magnificat (2000) and Diptych (2006). Oxford University Press and Encore Publications are the publishers of his musical works.Following graduation he successively spent short spells as Director of Music at New College School, Oxford and Assistant Director of Music at The Cheltenham Ladies' College before being appointed as Lay Chaplain, Housemaster and Choristers' Tutor at King's College School, Cambridge (1989–1994), where he had pastoral responsibility for the choristers of the world-famous King's College Choir.In 1994 he went to Westcott House, Cambridge to prepare for ordination (1994–1997)whilst reading for a Theology and Religious Studies degree at Selwyn College, Cambridge (1994–1996) where he studied under Andrew Chester, John Sweet, Nicholas de Lange, Nicholas Sagovsky, Martin Forward and Ivor Jones, winning a college prize for New Testament Greek in 1995 and the University Theological Studies Prize in 1996. At Westcott he was Chapel Musician and a member of the College Council. He also spent much of his third year (1996–97) in South Africa devising a workshop (Children's Ubuntu Project) to support the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and working with street children and those living with HIV and AIDS. This led to his first book, Echoes of a Rainbow Song (1996 and, second edition, 1999).He was ordained in 1997 in St Paul's Cathedral by the Bishop of London, and served his curacy in the Parish of Friern Barnet. During his time there he was named one of the top ten preachers of the year in The Times 1999 Preacher of the Year competition.In North London he met and married his wife Mary Chivers and they had their first son Dominic (born 1999) before moving to Cape Town where Canon Chivers took up an appointment as Canon Precentor of St. George's Cathedral, Cape Town. This appointment saw him oversee the cathedral's liturgy, music and outreach programmes. In 2000–2001 he coordinated the cathedral's centenary year and

Date Of Birth1967-07-16
EducationMagdalen College, Oxford
SpouseMary Chivers

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