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Alex Eddington

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Alex Eddington


Alex Eddington is a Canadian composer and sound designer

Alex has worked with theatre and dance companies across Canada as a composer and sound designer, including Tarragon Theatre and Mile Zero Dance. For his most recent theatre project Dark Heart (Thought for Food), Alex worked with Métis fiddler Alyssa Delbaere-Sawchuk to create an earthy, feral score for the dangerous world of 1661 New France. He was composer in residence for the Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra from 2008 to 2010.

Alex was co-commissioned by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Mississauga Symphony to compose Dancing About Architecture, a two-minute “sesquie” fanfare for Canada Mosaic, a TSO project commemorating the 150th anniversary of Canada’s Confederation in 2017.

Alex’s music has been commissioned and performed by a diverse list of musicians including the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Brantford Symphony, Continuum Contemporary Music, and the Toronto Chamber Choir. His many pieces for young musicians include Living Soul, which was premiered by over 100 students and teachers from the Suzuki String School of Guelph.

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