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Julian Anderson


Julian Anderson is one of the most influential composers of his generation. His works are played in both the UK and internationally. Born in London in 1967, he studied with John Lambert, Alexander Goehr and Tristan Murail. At the age of 25, he won the prestigious RPS Composition Prize, which launched his career.

He was a professor at the Royal College of Music, then Harvard and now teaches at the Guildhall School.

His orchestral works for orchestra are a world success. He is the author of the opera Les Thébains and other famous pieces for choir.