Robert Singer 1988
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Robert Singer grew up in the Lake District and studied music at Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, where he found his musical voice, writing for experimental theatre. During his Masters in Music Composition at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Robert further studied classical and electro-acoustic music, focusing his research on bringing classical and electronic music together and on exploring relatively new territories. He was commissioned to write for an orchestra based in Morecambe, and he also led an independent project with choreographer, Krystal Lowe - guest artist with Ballet Cymru. He wrote a full-scale ballet with orchestra and brought it to perform at the Atmospheres Festival (the first ballet to be performed at the RWCMD).
Since graduating, Robert has expanded the applications and output of his composition and has worked with soprano Chanae Curtis and conductor Jakob Grubbström. Following a workshop with Sir James MacMillanin, Robert was recently awarded Britten Sinfonia's OPUS2018 prize.