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Ben O'Sullivan

Ben O'Sullivan

MPhil student


Biography:

Ben O'Sullivan is currently reading a MPhil Composition under Richard Causton at Darwin College, Cambridge. Ben Studied at the Birmingham Conservatoire from 2011-15, where his principal teachers are Lamberto Coccioli, Edwin Roxburgh and RIchard Causton. In 2013-2014, Ben studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris in the class of Stefano Gervasoni, as well as also studying Nouvelles Technologies and Analysis. Ben has had his music performed internationally in Austria, France, Germany, Italy and Luxembourg by many renowed ensembles and musicians including Kokoro ensemble, L'orchestre de conservatoire de paris, Limen ensemble, Lucini Ensemble,  NYSOS Futures ensemble and had his music featured in festivals across the United Kingdom, including London new wind festival, Birmingham Conservatoire Frontiers festival presents Birwistle & Integra live and Thurso creative music week.

Ben has particpated in many masterclasses by composers such as Pierluigi BIllone, George Benjamin, Raphael Cendo, Brian Ferneyhough, Francesco Fildei, Beat Furrer and Clemens Gadenstätter. Ben has had pieces selected and published by Arcomis and Limen.

Departments and Institutes

Darwin College:

Research Interests

The role of the performer of electroacoustic music.

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