Peter Wilson is a composer of film, theatre, and concert music.
Since graduating from the Royal College of Music, he has worked on a diverse range of projects: from concert-music collaborations, to low-budget films, to high-profile theatre and commercial events. The unifying aspect in his output is an interest in the bizarre: in unusual sounds, idiosyncratic ideas, and other-worldly images.
As a composer for concert hall, Peter has worked with the Riot Ensemble, Royal Northern Sinfonia, Loré Lixenberg, Ensemble 360, Ligeti Quartet, Norrbotten NEO and Gildas Quartet. He has been commissioned by the Royal Philharmonic Society, is an Associate Composer of the University of York Music Press, and has had music recorded and released by NMC Recordings.
For his theatre music, Peter is an ‘Offie’-nominated and Olivier Award-winning composer. He has worked on productions for a number of London’s prominent venues, including the Old Vic, National Theatre, Donmar Warehouse, Soho Theatre, The Pleasance, RADA, and The Bunker. He has composed music for documentaries, short films, and installations. He is a regular collaborator with Dialogue LLC (Seattle) and Microsoft, composing music for a range of videos and mixed-media works.
In addition, Peter has worked professionally as a dancer and choreographer of contemporary ballet. He graduated from The Australian Ballet School in 2010, and subsequently performed in productions across Australia, the US, Canada, England, and Germany.
He was described recently as “having a willingness to engage in small, strange details” - a diagnosis Peter quite enjoyed.
play me a sound