Feb 10, 2015
from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM
|Where||2.00pm, Recital Room|
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Composer, writer, lecturer and broadcaster Anthony Payne was born in London and educated at Dulwich College and Durham University. His extensive list of compositions includes three major commissions for the BBC Proms: The Spirit's Harvest (1985), Time's Arrow (1990) – recorded by the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Sir Andrew Davis for NMC – and Visions and Journeys (2002), which was voted by BBC Radio 3 listeners as the winner of the Audience Award in the 2003 British Composer Awards. He is also in demand as a teacher and lecturer, and has been Visiting Professor at Mills College, California and Composition Tutor at the New South Wales Conservatorium, Australia, to name but a few; he holds Honorary Doctorates from the Universities of Birmingham and Kingston, and was recently made a Fellow of the Royal College of Music. His wide-ranging musical knowledge makes him a popular and frequent broadcaster for the BBC.
The Faculty’s series of Composers’ Workshops is open to students of all years of the undergraduate music course as well as masters and doctoral students, indeed anyone with an interest in the creation of new music. Because space is limited, please email John Hopkins (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are not a Faculty member and wish to attend.