Alastair Putt is a composer and musician from London. He studied at New College, Oxford and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where he was a Fellow from 2010-11. In 2011, he was accepted onto the London Symphony Orchestra’s Panufnik Young Composers Scheme, and his subsequent commission for the orchestra was premiered in June 2014 in the Barbican Hall, and recorded in June 2015 for the second ‘Panufnik Legacies’ CD. In 2012, he was a Composition Fellow at Tanglewood Music Center, and returned the following year for the premiere of his commission for brass ensemble. In 2013, he was named as one of English National Opera’s House Composers, and was commissioned by the London Contemporary Orchestra through the Britten-Pears Foundation. Other recent commissions include works for the Choir of New College, Oxford, the Brinkburn Festival, the Orgelbüchlein Project and EXAUDI. scores typesetting music sibelius UK London In addition to his compositional activities, Alastair is active as a freelance tenor, singing regularly with groups including the BBC Singers, EXAUDI and Philharmonia Voices, and as a guitarist, playing with ensembles including the London Contemporary Orchestra and the Riot Ensemble. He is also a skilled music copyist, and can be contacted regarding projects using the details below.