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Panufnik, Roxanna locked

Born 24 April 1968; d of Sir Andrzej Panufnik and Camilla Panufnik (née Jessel); m 2001, Stephen Macklow-Smith; one s two d

composer of classical music

Education

Royal Acad. of Music (GRSM Hons 1989; LRAM 1989; ARAM 1998)

Career

Associate Composer, London Mozart Players, 2012–. Major compositions: Westminster Mass, 1998; The Music Programme (opera), 1999; Powers and Dominions (harp concerto), 2001; LEDA (ballet), 2003; Abraham (violin concerto), 2004; Love Abide (choir and orch.), 2006; Three Paths to Peace, 2008; The Audience (narrator and string quartet), 2009; Schola Missa de Angelis (choir and brass octet or strings), 2010; Dance of Life: Tallinn Mass (soprano soloist, narrator, upper voice choir, double mixed choir and orchestra), 2011; Four World Seasons, 2011; The Song of Names (Jewish oratorio), 2012; Orchestrapædia (chamber orchestra), 2013; Two Composers, Four Hands (double string orchestra), 2013; Memories of my Father (string quartet), 2013; Since We Parted, 2014; Silver Birch (opera), 2016; Unending Love (choir and Asian instrument ensemble), 2017; major recordings: Dance of Life: Tallinn Mass; Dreamscape; Love Abide; Westminster Mass; Angels Sing; The Upside Down Sailor; Beastly Tales; Padre Pio (Stay with Me, Prayer); Spirit of the Saints; 99 Words

Recreations

food (eating and cooking), reading, family time, cycling

Address

c/o Peters Edition Ltd, 2–6 Baches Street N1 6DN

(020) 7553 4000

katie.tearle@editionpeters.com

www.roxannapanufnik.com