Arthur Keegan-Bole  1986

I am a British composer of acoustic and electronic contemporary classical music based in Bristol.

Having completed an MA in composition with distinction at the University of Bristol I'm now studying at the same institution toward a PhD in composition under Dr. Neal Farwell supported by Harriet's Trust.

Awards include the Raymond Warren Prize (2011) and the University of Bristol Centenary Prize for Composition (2010) as well as funding awarded from the Hinrichsen Foundation (2012), Harriet's Trust (2012) & Duignan Fund (2011/2013).

My first opera was performed at Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival in Hammersmith in 2012 and I've written pieces for Gemini Ensemble, CoMA South-West, Roger Huckle, Steffan Rees, Schola Cantorum Bristol & Jonathan Godsall. My output is mostly concerned with instrumental music with live electronics for both the concert platform and stage.

Aside from composing I am actively engaged with promoting classical music to new audiences and run a not-for-profit production company that focuses on promotion of contemporary music. Our primary activity is running and curating the CMV Concert Series as well as producing one-off events.

Pieces by this composer

Piece Title Instruments
The Interrogation of Adam Pollo Clarinet in Bb,Percussion,Violoncello,Voice (Tenor),Other Instruments
Nocturne: Pip Pip Piano
Snareata Percussion
If I Were So Sure Clarinet in Bb,Bass Clarinet,Piano,Violin,Viola