Oliver Leith

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Oliver Leith
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Oliver C Leith

1990 (age 32–33)
Known forNotable works are ‘Honey Siren’ written for 12 ensemble
AwardsBritish Composer Award (2016)
Royal Philharmonic Composition prize (2014)

Oliver Leith (born 1990)[1] is a British Composer.


Oliver Leith is the Doctoral Composer in Residence at the Royal Opera House and Guildhall School of Music and Drama.[2]

In 2016, Leith received a British Composer Award for his work ‘A day at the spa’.[3] In 2014 he received the RPS Composition Prize.[4]


Notable recent works are ‘Honey Siren’ written for 12 ensemble[5] and ‘Good day good day bad day bad day’ written for Piano and percussion duo, George Barton and Siwan Rhys.[6]

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