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Andrew John Goodwin (born in Hillingdon, Middlesex[citation needed]) was Director of Music and Organist at Bangor Cathedral for 37 years.

After living in Oxford and then in the West Midlands, Goodwin studied at the University of Liverpool and was subsequently a postgraduate student at the University of Wales Bangor; he obtained degrees in Music at both Liverpool and Bangor, and is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists.

He was Director of Music and Organist at Bangor Cathedral for 37 years, a period when the Welsh singer Aled Jones was a member of his choir[1] and he relinquished his position in the Cathedral on Saturday 31 October 2009. In 2001, he was presented with the Archbishop of Wales' Award for Church Music in recognition of his work.[citation needed] He has regularly been involved with television and radio broadcasts, not only with the Cathedral Choir, but also as a soloist and accompanist. In addition he has served as a member of the Broadcasting Council for Wales' Music Advisory Panel,[citation needed] and has travelled widely both as a recitalist and as a music examiner.


  1. "Chance to follow in Aled's footsteps." Daily Post (Liverpool, England)  :February 2, 2005 abstract(registration required)
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