Michael Edwards (British composer)

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Michael Edwards (born Cheshire, 1968) is a British composer.[1]

Edwards studied oboe and composition with Adrian Beaumont at the University of Bristol, followed by further study at Stanford University. He worked as a software engineer and then as a lecturer at the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg before becoming a lecturer at the University of Edinburgh.

Edwards has composed a wide range of works for both instrumental and electronic media, which have been performed throughout the UK, Europe and North America.

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  1. ^ McMillian, Joyce (21 August 2009). "Theatre review: Rendition Monologues/Poverty Monologues". The Scotsman. Retrieved 18 July 2012. 

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