Caitlin Rowley is an Australian composer living and working in London. She studied composition with Peter Sculthorpe at the University of Sydney and then with Jan Preston on the Australian Film Television and Radio School's selective Screen Composition short course (the precursor to their current degree course).
In 2011, she attended CoMA's Midwinter Composers Masterclass, run by Tansy Davies, where the focus was on writing for amateur late-starter string players. The conductor of her piece Thickets, Robin Michael, declared it "a fantastic piece" and "unbelievably well-written for strings". Caitlin also studied with Simon Lambros at London College of Music in 2011, where she wrote her first piece for chamber orchestra, Carrion Comfort
Caitlin Rowley is currently studying for her MMus at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in Greewich, where her teachers are Stephen Montague and Errollyn Wallen.
Caitlin's music has been played around the world and received warm praise from both performers and other composers.
A full biography, as well as musical excerpts and scores of her work can be found on http://caitlinrowley.com
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