Branwen Munn 1973
In 1994 Branwen Munn was one of the first students in the world to graduate with a BA(Hons) in Popular Music and Recording. Following her studies, she worked in London as a sound engineer, musician, and producer, collaborating on recordings with pioneering artists including 4hero, Talvin Singh, and Madonna. Branwen relocated to Carmarthenshire in 2002. Since then, she has created original music for a wide variety of theatre work, notably “Heart of Darkness” and “My Life in CIA” for Give it a Name, “Yuri” and “Singing the Subject” for August 012, and “LoveCraft (Not the Sex Shop in Cardiff)” for Carys Eleri, and “Hitch” for Mary Bijou Cabaret. More locally, she has contributed to community performance and film projects as composer sound designer, and video projection artist. Branwen records and produces music of her own and for other artists at her own GoldHill Studio in Carmarthenshire.
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