B i o g r a p h y
Thomas is a composer, musical director and musician. He studied at Oxford University. He has composed music for theatre companies including the National Theatre, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Theatre Alibi, the Egg Theatre, Unicorn Theatre, Exeter Northcott, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Fairgame, Nottingham Playhouse, London Bubble, Ludlow Festival, Travelling Light, Birmingham Stage Company and TNT. His music has been performed to audiences worldwide, from Singapore to St. Petersburg, on the West End and Broadway. He has worked with theatre companies in Costa Rica, the US, Russia and China. Concert compositions include an oratorio for orchestra and choir, Street of Bugles (performed at Birmingham Symphony Hall and Gloucester Cathedral), and a Three Choirs Festival commission, Four Songs for the End of Wars, composed for the Gloucester Cathedral bells and a choir. He has also written scores for several BBC Radio 4 drama productions.
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"I am a composer, musical director and musician with many years of professional experience of working in theatre and on the concert platform, having composed over two hundred scores ranging from solo concert harp to full orchestra and choir. I greatly enjoy the collaborative process of theatre, and have a passion for working closely to text, believing that underscore can be a proactive and exciting tool in shedding light on meaning; and music can of course be transcendent, travel beyond meaning, detonate a theatrical moment in a way that nothing else can. I am also a very experienced song writer and have composed for a great number of musicals".