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Blackfriars Hall located in the centre of Oxford. We recently installed a sound system comprising of
Yamaha Pro products along with Sennheiser radio microphones. Our small discrete loudspeakers were mounted inconspicuously in the Nave and Choir stalls, all painted to
match their surroundings. An excerpt is shown below from the Blackfriars website.
The establishment of Blackfriars Hall in January 1994 was not the beginning of Dominican involvement in the life of Oxford University.
This began not long after the first priory was founded in 1221, when Robert Bacon, a Regent Master of the University, joined the Order. Dominicans,
along with friars of other Orders, came to hold a pre-eminent position in the University's Faculty of Theology. Distinguished Dominican academics at
the medieval University included Robert Kilwardby (later Archbishop of Canterbury), Richard Fishacre, Robert Holcot, Nicholas Trivet and Thomas Walleys.
_excerpt from bfriars.ox.ac.uk_
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