Paul Leslie PATTERSON

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1947-06-15
Education RAM
Publications N/A
Recreations sailing, swimming, supporting Arsenal FC, computers
Clubs Brixham Yacht
Style Prof Paul Patterson
Career composer; dir twentieth century music Univ of Warwick 1976-81; Royal Acad of Music: prof of composition 1972-, head of composition 1985-97, Manson prof of composition 1997-; artistic dir: Exeter Festival 1991-97, PLG Young Composers' Forum 1998-; external examiner: London Coll of Music 1998-2002, RM Sch of Music 1998-2002, Royal Northern Coll of Music 2002-, Colchester Inst 2002-05; music advsr N Devon Festival 1999-2000; visiting prof of composition Christchurch Univ Canterbury 2000-; composer of large-scale choral music incl: Mass of the Sea, Stabat Mater, Te Deum, Requiem, Voices of Sleep, Little Red Riding Hood, Three Little Pigs, Orchestra on Parade, Magnificat Violin Concerto, Millennium Mass, Cello Concerto; other compositions incl: orchestral music, symphony, concertos, chamber music, organ music, film and TV music; performances world-wide by leading musicians; featured composer at festivals incl: Llandaff 1985, Greenwich 1985, PLG 1987, Cheltenham 1988, Three Choirs 1988, Patterson South Bank 1988, Peterborough 1989, Southwark 1989-91, Cheltenham 1990, Exeter 1991; BBC Radio 3 Composer of the Week June 1997; composer in residence: Eng Sinfonia Nottingham 1969-70, SE Arts Canterbury 1981-83, Truro Festival 1992-94, Nat Youth Orch 1997-, Presteigne Festival 2001; cmmns incl: BBC, RPO, LPO, Polish Chamber Orch, Kings Singers, Eng Chamber Orch, London Sinfonietta, Bach Choir, Acad of Saint Martins in the Field, Birmingham Symphony Orch, Nash Ensemble, LMP, OSJ, Residente Orch Holland/Zurich Chamber Orch, Basle Symphony Orch; recordings for: EMI, Hyperion, ASV, Priory, Pearl, Phillips; memb: Arts Cncl Recordings Ctee, BBC Reading Panel, RPS Award Panel; pres RAM Club 1992-94, pres and patron numerous choral socs and choirs; Leslie Boosey Award PRS/RPS 1996; FRAM 1982 (ARAM 1978), FRSA 1989, Hon FLCM 1998, FRNCM 2007; Medal of Honour Miny of Culture Poland 1987, Gold Medal Poland 2009
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