Rob Keeley

Rob Keeley

Rob Keeley studied at the Royal College of Music and at Oxford. In 1988 he studied at the Accademia Santa Cecilia in Rome with Franco Donatoni, and at the Tanglewood Summer Music School, where he was the Benjamin Britten Fellow in Composition, working with Oliver Knussen and Hans Werner Henze. Since 1993 Rob has lectured in music at King's College, London, but will be retiring in the autumn to devote more time to composition and to practical music-making, as pianist, accompanist and repetiteur. 

His music has been performed by the BBCSO, BBCNoW, Fretwork, Lontano, Victoria Samek, Martin Roscoe, Colin Stone, Carla Rees, Sarah Francis, Lore Lixenberg, Aquinas Piano Trio, among others. 

His music is available on the NMC and Lorelt, Divine Art and Clarinet Classics CD labels, and there are CDs forthcoming on Naxos and Toccata Classics.

Many of his works are also published by Composers Edition.

Biography

Rob Keeley studied at the Royal College of Music and at Oxford. In 1988 he studied at the Accademia Santa Cecilia in Rome with Franco Donatoni, and at the Tanglewood Summer Music School, where he was the Benjamin Britten Fellow in Composition, working with Oliver Knussen and Hans Werner Henze. Since 1993 Rob has lectured in music at King's College, London, but will be retiring in the autumn to devote more time to composition and to practical music-making, as pianist, accompanist and repetiteur. 

His music has been performed by the BBCSO, BBCNoW, Fretwork, Lontano, Victoria Samek, Martin Roscoe, Colin Stone, Carla Rees, Sarah Francis, Lore Lixenberg, Aquinas Piano Trio, among others. 

His music is available on the NMC and Lorelt, Divine Art and Clarinet Classics CD labels, and there are CDs forthcoming on Naxos and Toccata Classics.

Many of his works are also published by Composers Edition.

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Songs, Chimes and Dances

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