Rogers Covey-Crump, an English tenor (b. March 24, 1944 in St Albans, Hertfordshire), was a boy chorister at New College, Oxford and later a tenor lay-clerk at St Albans Abbey. While studying at the Royal College of Music he gained diplomas and a prize in organ playing. He graduated from London University as a Bachelor of Music.
He might have made a professional career as an organist but his vocal activity soon overtook the keyboard and over many years he worked with a variety of early…
Your suggestion has been successfully submitted.