Helen Roe


Helen Roe Helen Roe studied composition with the Australian composer David Lumsdaine, and became the first woman to read music at Jesus College, Oxford. She was Fellow in Creative Arts at Wolfson College, Oxford for three years. Her first broadcast pieces were written while she was a student in the late 1970s; since then, she has worked with many fine musicians, including The BBC Singers, The Berkeley Ensemble, English Northern Philharmonia, Gemini, Genesis Sixteen, Onyx Brass, Quatuor Lontano and the University of York Sinfonietta, and received numerous commissions. Her music has been broadcast by the BBC, Australian, Danish, and New Zealand radio, and Channel 4 television.

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Call for Scores submission

LFCCM 2016