Cameron Biles-Liddell is a composer & pianist based in North Wales, studying for a PhD in composition at the University of Manchester. Cameron’s music takes inspiration from a wide variety of sources, ranging from the environment to concepts of stasis and motion in music. Alongside his studies, Cameron has attended a variety of composition summer schools around the UK where some include the Peter Reynolds Composer Studio and, more recently, the Dartington Advanced Composition Course with the composer Nico Muhly.
His music has also been performed by a wide variety of ensembles across Wales and England alike where some include: GBSR Duo, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, solo harpist Olivia Jageurs and more recently, been selected for Psappha's 'Composing For' Scheme for 2021. Outside of composition Cameron is a keen educator and performer, where is he a Widening Participation Fellow at the University of Manchester as well as the director of the newly formed Manchester University New Music Ensemble.
Excited to announce that I have been selected for this years RSNO Composers' Hub Scheme!
Delighted to announce that I have been selected for Psappha's 'Composing For' scheme, where I'll be writing for harp and flute.
Really excited to be commissioned by the Ty Pawb Art Gallery to compose a new piece based off their featured artwork. Premier is 25th July 8pm.
In late April, Cameron had the virtual premier of this new work for solo harp, Crystallised Time.
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