English organist and choral conductor Owen Rees attended St. Catharine’s University, Cambridge, with an body organ scholarship or grant, and pursued graduate research there with Peter le Huray and Iain Fenlon. Rees received his doctoral level in 1991. At St. Peter’s University and St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, he was a lecturer in music and was produced a audience in 1996 on the School of Surrey’s Section of Music. He became a member of the faculty of Oxford in 1997, and became a audience in 2006. Pursuing functionality and analysis as mutually helpful careers, Rees is experienced in music from the Renaissance and early Baroque eras, focusing on Spain and Portugal in the years between 1450 and 1650. He provides edited functions of Manuel Cardoso, Pedro de Cristo, and Duarte Lobo, and he provides published research on music by Cristóbal de Morales, Francisco Guerrero, and William Byrd. Rees may be the organist of Queen’s University, Oxford, and he directs many choral ensembles, including Contrapunctus, the Cambridge Taverner Choir, as well as the Choir of Queen’s University, Oxford, and he offers produced recordings for Herald, Guild, Signum Classics, Avie, and Hyperion. He provides concerts and potential clients workshops on Renaissance polyphony, and he offers made an appearance at music celebrations, like the Oslo International Chapel Music Festival, the Festival Internacional de Musica Portico de Semana Santa de Zamora, as well as the York Early Music Festival.