CELEBRATING THE ART OF CONTEPORARY MUSIC COMPOSITION

THE CEREMONY

EVENT DETAILS

DATE
Wednesday 9th December
from 5.00pm

VENUE
British Film Institute
Southbank
London


ARCHIVE

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SLIDESHOW GALLERY
Amateur or Young Performer Winner Kate Whitley with presenter Jessica Cottis
BBC Radio 3 Hosts Andrew McGregor and Sara Mohr-Pietch
Community or Educational Project Winner Stuart Hancock with presenter Jessica Cottis
Contemporary Jazz Composition Winner Trish Clowes with presenter Jessica Cottis
BASCA Directors Helienne Lindvall and Crispin Hunt with PRS for Music Chairman Guy Fletcher
Julia Haferkorn, Juliet Stevenson, composer Sally Beamish and BBC Radio 3 Presenters Sara Mohr-Pietsch and Andrew McGregor
Double Award Winner Julian Anderson and Winner Rory Boyle
Double Award Winner Michael Finnissy with presenter Juliet Stevenson
Wind Band or Brass Band Winner Rory Boyle with presenter Juliet Stevenson
Large Chamber Winner Sinan Savaskan
Double Award Winner Julian Anderson with presenter Jessica Cottis
Composers Sally Beamish, Stephen McNeff and Julian Anderson at the 2015 British Composer Awards
Trinity Laban Chamber Choir perform the UK Premiere of A Bird Is Singing by Judith Bingham conducted by Stephen Jackson
Julia Haferkorn and Sarah Rodgers

The 2015 British Composer Awards take place on Wednesday 9th December at BFI Southbank, London.

The award ceremony, hosted by BBC Radio 3 presenters Sara Mohr-Pietsch and Andrew McGregor, will take place in NFT 1. 
The event includes the presentation of 12 British Composer Awards, a keynote speech by conductor Jessica Cottis and the UK premiere of A Bird Is Singing by Judith Bingham, performed by the Trinity Laban Chamber Choir, conducted by Stephen Jackson.

BASCA will hold a drinks and bowl food reception immediately after the ceremony.