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Edward Gregson is an English composer of international standing, and one of the leading composers of his generation, whose music has been performed, recorded, and broadcast in many countries. He has written orchestral, chamber, instrumental, vocal and choral music, as well as music for theatre and television, with his contribution to the wind and brass repertoire being of particular significance worldwide. He has been commissioned by many leading orchestras and ensembles, including the BBC Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, and Halle orchestras.  He has won many awards and prizes, including an Ivors Academy Composer Award in 2019, and holds honorary degrees and fellowships from a dozen universities and music conservatoires.

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Gregson: Orchestral Music and Concertos volume 4

Dream Song – Aztec Dances – Horn Concerto – Concerto for orchestra

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Gregson’s new piece – a tribute to composer Anthony Gilbert

March 19, 2024

Edward Gregson’s new piece for solo oboe, A Song for Tony, is to be premiered by Richard Simpson (former principal oboe with the BBC Symphony Orchestra) at a concert to celebrate the life and…

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