Jeremy Thurlow is a composer, writer and pianist.
Recent projects include a piece for six pianos, Music for strings & hammers, premiered at FUSELeeds and broadcast on Radio 3’s ‘Hear & Now’ in June 2006, Man-cockerel meets the donkey-bird, premiered in Stockholm Royal Academy of Arts by the Curious Chamber Players in May 2006, and Animals for wind ensemble, premiered by Aquilo at the Cambridge Festival in November 2006.
He is currently writing a new piece for the BBC Singers, to be premiered in July 2007, and collaborating on a new work for voices, video and electronics with writer Alastair Appleton. He is also writing a new piece for the Fitzwilliam String Quartet, to be premiered in the Maverick Music Festival, New York, in August 2008.
His book on composer Henri Dutilleux is published in French by Millénaire III, and he has also written on the music of Messiaen.
Jeremy is Lecturer in Music at Robinson College, Cambridge.
For more information, visit http://jeremythurlow.wordpress.com