London, England, United Kingdom (1960 – present)
George Benjamin (born January 31, 1960, London, England) is a British composer of classical music. He is also a conductor, pianist and teacher.
Benjamin attended Westminster School and then studied with Olivier Messiaen at the Paris Conservatoire during the second half of the 1970s. Messiaen himself was reported to have described Benjamin as his favourite pupil.
He then read music at King's College, Cambridge, studying under Alexander Goehr, and emerged in his early twenties as a mature and confident voice… read more
|1||3 Studies: No. 2, Meditation on Haydn's Name||
|3||Three Miniatures for Solo Violin: I. A Lullaby for Lalit||
|4||'Twas in the Year that King Uzziah Died||
|6||Duet for Piano & Orchestra||
|7||Dream of the Song: I. The Pen||
|8||Three Miniatures for Solo Violin: III. Lauer Lied||
|9||Three Miniatures for Solo Violin: II. A Canon for Sally||
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