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James MacMillan b. 1959

Artists | Classical | Composers and Arrangers

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Born in Ayrshire. Studied Music at Edinburgh University and composition (with John Casken) at Durham University. After a spell of lecturing at Manchester University, he returned to Scotland, settling in Glasgow, where he teaches part-time at the RSAMD. He also enjoys a close relationship with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the Philharmonia. A BBC commission, The Confession of Isobel Gowdie, premiered at the London Proms in 1990, brought him international recognition. Recnet works include a percussion concerto Veni Veni Emmanuel (1992), Seven Last Words for chorus and strings (1994), and InZ's de Castro - a commission for Scottish Opera or performance at the Edinburgh Festival in 1996.

Contact Information


http://jmacmillanpage.wordpress.com/

Intermusica
Artist Managament
16 Duncan Terrace
London
N1 8BZ
England
T: 020 7278 5455
F: 020 7278 8434
mail@intermusica.co.uk
http://www.intermusica.co.uk

Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers Ltd.
Aldwych House
71-91 Aldwych
London
WC2B 4HN
England
T: 020 7054 7200, 0800 731 4778
F: 020 7054 7290
moboosey@music-exchange.co.uk
http://www.boosey.com

Artists | Classical | Conductors/Choral Directors

Born Ayrshire 1959. One of today's most successful living composers. From September 2000, composer/conductor of the BBC Philharmonic. Conducting activities have included the Philharmonia, SCO, RSNO, BBC Philharmonic, London Sinfonietta, BBC SSO, Ulster Orchestra, Britten Sinfonia, Paragon Ensemble, Hebrides Ensemble, Barcelona 216, Queensland Symphony and Trondheim Symphony. Has also directed some of his own works on several BMG recordings. See also Composer & Arranger category.

Contact Information


http://jmacmillanpage.wordpress.com/

Intermusica
Manager
16 Duncan Terrace
London
N1 8BZ
England
T: 020 7278 5455
F: 020 7278 8434
mail@intermusica.co.uk
http://www.intermusica.co.uk

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