Lloyd Moore

Lloyd Moore studied composition at Trinity College of Music, where he was awarded the Chappell Prize for Composition and the Ricordi Prize for Conducting, and at King’s College London where he obtained his Masters degree with Distinction. His works have been featured at the Cheltenham, Hampstead & Highgate, Huddersfield, Norfolk & Norwich and Presteigne Festivals among others and performed by such ensembles as the Emperor Quartet, Psappha and London Sinfonietta, artists such as Charmian Bedford, Iain Burnside, Peter Cigleris, Alice Neary, Matthew Schellhorn, Philip Sheppard, Ailish Tynan, Tamsin Waley-Cohen, Huw Watkins, Nathan Williamson, Alexandra Wood and Andrew Zolinsky and the conductors Christopher Austin, Martyn Brabbins, Nicholas Kok, Diego Masson and André de Ridder.

He also works as a freelance music editor and copyist. He has been involved in arranging and orchestration work and is an experienced conductor.

Authored by Lloyd Moore:

New York Times Features International Mieczyslaw Weinberg Society

The New York Times published a new feature for the International Mieczyslaw Weinberg Society: If the music of Dmitri Shostakovich chronicles political repression in Stalinist Russia, that of Mieczyslaw Weinberg, his contemporary and close friend, is a testimony to the horror that swept through Europe in the 20th century. Since the first full staging of…