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Barnaby Martin (b.1991)
Barnaby Martin is a graduate from Trinity College, Cambridge whose music has been performed across the UK and internationally by amateur and professional ensembles alike. Success in competitions has led to a variety of performances of his music; most notably, he was a finalist in the 2013 DARE New Composer’s Forum, during which part of his Kalamos Suite for orchestra was performed by the Orchestra of Opera North. At the beginning of 2014 Barnaby won the New Music for St Paul’s Cathedral Competition and in November and December 2015, Lazarus, for chamber ensemble, was one of the winners of the Berkeley Ensemble New Cobbett Prize – this piece will be featured on the group’s upcoming commercial recording. In 2017, his 45-minute cantata, The Temptations of Christ, was premiered by Illuminare choir and soloists conducted by Christopher Stark. He is currently studying with Kenneth Hesketh, a professor of composition at the Royal College of Music.