Roger Redgate (born 1958) is a British composer, conductor and improvisor.
He studied music at the Royal College of Music in London, studying violin, piano, composition and electronic music. Later he studied composition with Edwin Roxburgh. A scholarship allowed him to extend his studies in Germany where he studied composition with Brian Fernyhough.
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