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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Osborn, Laurence 

 
 

 

Biography

Laurence Osborn studied composition with Martyn Harry at Oxford University, Kenneth Hesketh at the Royal College of Music, and Julian Philips while at the Guildhall School of Music, where he was awarded the Leverhulme Arts Scholarship, and subsequently an Artist Fellowship in Composition. In 2018, he will begin studying for a PhD in Composition at Kings College London, supervised by Sir George Benjamin. He has written for many companies and ensembles including CHROMA, The English National Ballet, Mahogany Opera Group, The London Symphony Orchestra, and The Riot Ensemble. His work has been programmed at The Royal Opera House, LSO St Luke’s, and Milton Court, as well as in Denmark, France, Hungary and Switzerland. He is currently Composer-in-Association with Nonclassical. Laurence was awarded the RPS Composition Prize in 2017. Current projects include pieces for the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Ensemble 360, and Filthy Lucre.

 

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