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Margaret Lucy Wilkins b. 1939

Artists | Classical | Composers and Arrangers

MARGARET LUCY WILKINS’ works explore spatial elements and music theatre, displaying a strong dramatic, gestural and visual approach to sound. Sonic architecture is a feature of her musical aesthetic.

Born in England in 1939, Margaret Lucy Wilkins’ musical career embraces composing, lecturing and performing. She has conducted 20th century music, and has performed on a variety of mediaeval instruments with the Scottish Early Music Consort, with whom she played in many concerts and broadcasts. Between 1976 and 2003, she was Principal Lecturer in Music at the University of Huddersfield, UK, where she was Head of Composition.

© Margaret Lucy Wilkins, 2004.

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7 Lion Lane
CM12 9DL
T: 01277 625593

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