Stephen Crowe (composer)

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Stephen Crowe is an English composer of chamber operas and experimental music. His work has been performed internationally.[1] His stage work The Francis Bacon Opera won the Hilton Edwards Award at the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival in May 2013.[citation needed] After performances in London,[2] Edinburgh,[3] Dublin,[4] Cambridge [5] and Berlin[6] it was described as both "pretentious nonsense" [7] and "avoiding the pitfalls of pretentiousness".[8] Crowe's work has been reviewed in Exeunt Magazine,[9] This is Tomorrow,[10] Opera Magazine,[11] and The Independent.[12] As a guitarist he performs free improvisation on an irregular basis in London and Berlin.[13][14]

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