Meet the composers of today

Charlotte Bray

The composer Charlotte Bray has emerged as a distinctive and outstanding talent of her generation. Exhibiting uninhibited ambition and desire to communicate, her music is exhilarating, inherently vivid, and richly expressive with lyrical intensity.

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Jocy de Oliveira

Closely engaged as a performer of new works for the piano, many of which have been written for her by composers such as Berio, Xenakis and Santoro, Jocy de Oliveira has been a soloist under Stravinsky, recorded all the major piano works by Messiaen and presented world premières among others by John Cage and Lukas Foss.  www.jocydeoliveira.comWatch Jocy's Interview

Kerry Andrews

Kerry Andrew is a London-based composer, performer, writer and educator. She has a PhD in Composition from the University of York and has won three British Composer Awards.Watch Kerry's Interview

Missy Mazzoli

Missy Mazzoli was recently deemed “one of the more consistently inventive, surprising composers now working in New York” (The New York Times) and “Brooklyn’s post-millennial Mozart” (Time Out New York).
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Gabriela Frank

Included in the Washington Post's list of the 35 most significant women composers in history (August, 2017), Gabriela Lena Frank's was Born in Berkeley, California to a mother of mixed Peruvian/Chinese ancestry and a father of Lithuanian/Jewish descent. Frank explores her multicultural heritage most ardently through her compositions.Watch Gabriela's Interview

Bushra El-Turk

Born in London, Bushra El-Turk's music of '...ironic...', '...arresting...' and 'limitless imagination' forebears the influence of her Lebanese roots and straddles Eastern and Western idioms all the while leaning towards the absurd and theatrical. www.bushraelturk.comWatch Bushra's Interview


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