John Coleman (musician)

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John Coleman (sometimes credited as John A. Coleman) is a British conductor and music arranger.


Coleman started his work as a conductor in 1968 in Val Guest's film Assignment K. He then became music supervisor for the films The Strange Affair and Negatives and then became musical director for The Les Dawson Show. Coleman has conducted the United Kingdom entries for the Eurovision Song Contest on five occasions: 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984 and 1985.