Composers

Andrew Noseworthy

Andrew Noseworthy is a composer, guitarist and improviser from St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Multi-faceted in nature, Andrew’s work

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William Brooks

William Brooks studied music and mathematics at Wesleyan University (BA 1965), then received degrees in musicology (MM 1971) and composition-theory

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Terry Riley

Born in Colfax, California, Riley studied at Shasta College, San Francisco State University, and the San Francisco Conservatory before earning

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Stef Conner

Stef Conner (b. 1983) is a composer whose music forges channels of empathy between people separated by time, space and

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Sally Beamish

Sally Beamish was born in London. She began writing music and playing the piano at an early age, going on

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Roger Marsh

Roger Marsh studied composition first in London with Ian Kellam, and later at the University of York with Bernard Rands. He

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Jonathan Brigg

Jonathan’s music reflects a wide range of influences from classical music, folk, jazz, pop and music theatre. He studied composition

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Jon Hughes

Jon Hughes is a composer and sound artist based in York. Recent work includes Transmission, a dance piece and interactive

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John Tavener

Tavener first came to public attention in 1968 when his avant-garde oratorio The Whale was premiered at the inaugural concert

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John Adams

Composer, conductor, and creative thinker – John Adams occupies a unique position in the world of American music. His works,

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