Stephen Pratt

Stephen Pratt studied with Hugh Wood for five years from 1971-75, as a postgraduate and later privately.

Since composing Some of their Number for the RLPO and Simon Rattle in 1980, he has enjoyed strong links with the orchestra, including his large two-part choral work for the RLPO and RLPC with I Fagiolini, Uneasy Vespers (1991 and 2008), a violin concerto which was premiered by Anthony Marwood in 2003, and the song cycle Lovebytes, shortlisted for a British Composers Award by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in 2004 and subsequently recorded by Claire Booth. The work is the title track of a CD which also includes his Violin Concerto and Double Act (2006). Since 2001 his work has been published by edition hh.

Biography

Stephen Pratt studied with Hugh Wood for five years from 1971-75, as a postgraduate and later privately.

Since composing Some of their Number for the RLPO and Simon Rattle in 1980, he has enjoyed strong links with the orchestra, including his large two-part choral work for the RLPO and RLPC with I Fagiolini, Uneasy Vespers (1991 and 2008), a violin concerto which was premiered by Anthony Marwood in 2003, and the song cycle Lovebytes, shortlisted for a British Composers Award by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in 2004 and subsequently recorded by Claire Booth. The work is the title track of a CD which also includes his Violin Concerto and Double Act (2006). Since 2001 his work has been published by edition hh.

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