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Keiron Anderson

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Keiron Anderson

Biography

Keiron Anderson (b. 8 October 1955 in Ilkley, UK) is an English composer/conductor/educator.

Anderson studied at the Royal Northern College of Music with Philip Jones OBE, studying a wide range of techniques for developing ensemble playing in small and large groups. Since then he has played in many professional orchestras, led his own group in theatres, cruise ships and cabarets, taught and conducted a range of instrumental groups, and composed and arranged a wide variety of music.The Yorkshire Wind Orchestra, Harlequin Brass, Nottingham Symphonic Winds, Leeds College of Music Wind Ensemble, the National Saxophone Choir and the National Youth Wind Orchestra of Scotland are amongst the groups who have benefited from his innovative approach to ensemble playing.

Keiron has been composing works for these groups for many years and has also written three musicals for the students at Ilkley Grammar School.


Works for Winds

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