David Nunn is a London-based composer studying with Helen Grime at the Royal Academy of Music, having previously studied with Julian Anderson and Christian Mason. He has recently completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Cambridge, during which time his music was performed around the UK, Europe, and the Far East. He is generously supported with a bursary from the Ralph Vaughan Williams Trust.

David is currently available as a tutor for music theory, composition and piano lessons. He is based in London E15: contact him for a quote.

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Sitivit anima mea programmed in Kansas City, MO.

11 July 2019

Sitivit anima mea, commissioned by Andrew Nethsingha in 2018 for the Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge, has been selected for performance as part of KC Vitas's Summer Series. It will be performed in Kansas City on 2 & 4 August 2019.

Read more: https://www.kcvitas.org/

obscure sorrows wins the 2019 Alan Bush Prize

1 June 2019

Adjudicator Gavin Higgins selected obscure sorrows, written for members of ensemble recherche in 2018, for the 2019 Alan Bush Composition Prize of the Royal Academy of Music. There will be a feature in Clarion magazine.

Read more: http://www.alanbushtrust.org.uk/news/news.asp?room=News

Da pacem Domine highly commended by The Gesualdo Six

25 January 2019

Da pacem Domine is a runner-up in vocal sextet The Gesualdo Six's 2019 Composition Competition, adjudicated by Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Nigel Short, Kate Johnson and John Rutter CBE.  It will be performed in summer 2019.

Read more: https://www.thegesualdosix.co.uk/composition-competition-2019/

David selected for Psappha's Composing For... scheme

7 September 2018

David will write a solo piece for harpist Lauren Scott as part of Psappha's Composing For... scheme in 2019. 

Watch the video of the performance here: https://youtu.be/YzS9BkEdAOY


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Photography: Carol Parris

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