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Bethan Morgan-Williams

Bethan Morgan-Williams (*1992) is a composer who writes quirky, rhythmically-intricate music. Described as “marvellously oblique and obscure” (5against4) while being “rooted in something ancient and folky” [The Telegraph], Bethan’s music finds motivation in the apogee of musical performance. Bethan is currently based in mid-Wales, having studied predominantly with Gary Carpenter at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, and Diderik Wagenaar at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. Recent collaborations include those with Elen Morgan-Williams (oboe), Carl Rosman (clarinet) and Antoine Tamestit (viola) & Colin Currie (percussion), with upcoming performances at LSO St. Luke’s (London), Hallé St. Peter’s (Manchester) and Festival KLANG (Montpellier).

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