Andrew Lewis

Andrew Lewis studied composition with Jonty Harrison at the University of Birmingham. He was one of the original members of BEAST, and between 1982 and 1993 worked with them on many electroacoustic concerts and events.

His output is predominantly acousmatic music, but he also composes for conventional forces (chamber, vocal, orchestral) with or without electronics. His music has won several prizes, awards and mentions (PRS, Bourges ‘Euphonie d’Or’, Prix Ars Electronica, Stockholm Electronic Arts, Hungarian Radio, British Arts Council Bursary, Noroit finalist, ARTS XXI Valencia, CIMESP São Paulo). A number of works are available on disc, including Miroirs obscurs (empreintes DIGITALes, Montréal). He is professor of music at Bangor University.

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