About TIM STEVENSON
Composer Tim Stevenson (PRS) was born in north London in 1961. He studied at the Royal College of Music with Oliver Knussen, Michael Finnessey, Stephen Dodgson, Jeremy Dale-Roberts, and Joseph Horowitz, and taught composition at the Purcell School of Music.
His vocal work, Fanfares, was a winner of the King’s Singers Composition Contest. His orchestral works have been performed by the London Symphony and the London Chamber Orchestra. His film scores and orchestrations have aired on the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and abroad.
His works are published by Oxford University Press, Universal Editions, Presto Music, Emerson Editions, and Treble C Music. His unexpected death in 1994 at the age of 33 cut short an already brilliant, prolific career.