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Will Harmer

Will Harmer is a London-based composer. He was a winner of the BBC Proms Inspire Young Composers’ Competition and was subsequently commissioned by the BBC Singers to compose Voyage of the Soul, which commemorated the Apollo 11 Moon landings and was broadcast on Radio 3. Cetus for French horn was performed on BBC radio and television by Annemarie Federle in the final of the BBC Young Musician 2020. He also participated in the 2021 Cheltenham Composers Festival Academy, and was recently commissioned to write songs for the Oxford Lieder and Ludlow English Song festivals. He is a National Youth Choirs Young Composer for 2023–24, and performances of his Three Madrigals and Fireworks were released on NMC Records National Youth Choir Young Composers 5 album in January 2024. In addition to composing, he has sung with Genesis Sixteen and St Martin’s Voices, and worked with the Oxford Youth Choirs as conductor and accompanist. Will Harmer studied composition at Worcester College, Oxford with Robert Saxton, and is currently studying with Morgan Hayes for an MA at the Royal Academy of Music.

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