Clive Whitburn

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Clive writes music in a wide range of styles and genres.  His music tells unusual and fascinating stories, as in "Messages from the Sea, or explores themes which he believes important as in "Music for Rooftops" and "The Furies /Soft Rains". His music is usually, but not exclusively, tonal and melodic. It is rooted in the classical and baroque traditions as well as modern popular styles and what has come to be known as new music.

 

He is  fascinated by the physical placement of performers and  site specific music.  "Music for Rooftops" is written  for a brass quintet placed on the roof of an iconic building, with three additional trumpets on nearby rooftops. The sound ricochet's and swirls around the audience below. "Between The Aisles" moves flutes of various sizes around the audience.

 

An experienced choral singer, Clive has performed frequently with the major orchestras, including the RPO, LSO, BBCSO, CBSO and Philharmonia, under such conductors as Vladimir Ashkenazy and Richard Hickox and in major venues including the Royal Albert and Festival Halls and the O2 Arena. He has also performed extensively with two acoustic duos, “5th Quarter”  and “Loggerheads” .

 

 

 

 

 

About Clive Whitburn

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Composer living in Sussex

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