Biography

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Edmund’s music embraces a huge range of styles from contemporary classical to songs for shows. He writes music for film and television, but is also an award winning concert composer (Prizes). His music is published, performed and broadcast all over the world.

He studied music at Oxford University and completed a Masters in Film Composition at the Royal College of Music under Joseph Horovitz and Academy Award winner Dario Marianelli. He also studied on the Advanced Composition Course at Dartington International Summer School (supported by the Ralph Vaughan Williams Trust) and at the Banff Center (Gladys and Merrill Muttart foundation scholarship for artistic residency) in 2010. He is a fellow of PRS and ISM.

His music is published (by Oxford University Press, Stainer and Bell, ABRSM, Banks Music and Recital Music) and released on CD by various ensembles. See Buy for more details.

He has been writing music to picture for nearly fifteen years, both in the UK and internationally. Many of his projects have been nominated for or won numerous awards, including BAFTAs. Major series he has composed music for include ‘Who do you think you are?’ (BBC1), ‘The Great War: The People’s Story’ (ITV1), ‘Homestead Rescue’ (Discovery) ‘My Kitchen Rules’ (Sky) ‘Long Lost Family’ (ITV1) and ‘Unreported World’ (C4). In 2016 he was nominated for an RTS Craft and Design Award for his score to BBC 1’s ‘Elizabeth at 90′.