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Elizabeth Winters

born: 1979
country: United Kingdom

Born in 1979, Elizabeth Winters studied viola and piano at the Royal College of Music Junior Department and subsequently continued her viola studies on the undergraduate course. In 2006, she gained her MMus in Composition with Distinction from Goldsmiths College, London. Composition teachers have included Judith Bingham, Kenneth Hesketh and Julian Anderson.

Elizabeth’s works are regularly performed throughout the UK, by performers such as the London Symphony Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic, BBC Singers, Ensemble 10/10, London Orphean Brass, Rarescale, The Orlando Consort, Aurora Nova and the Choir of Canterbury Cathedral. Several works have been broadcast on BBC Radio 3.

Elizabeth won a 2009 British Composer Award in the Making Music category for her chamber orchestra piece The Serious Side of Madness. Other recent awards include winner of the 2008 Liverpool Capital of Culture New Composer Competition and a PRSF/Bliss Trust Composer Bursary for 2009–10. Elizabeth was also a Sound and Music shortlisted composer for 2006–9.


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