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Alex Groves is an Ivor Novello-nominated composer and curator working across contemporary classical and electronic music. His work blends classical instruments, ambient textures and live-processed electronics to create uncanny soundworlds which blur the line between acoustic and electronic.

Current projects include a new work for viola player Nic Pendlebury, a year-long residency with Britten Sinfonia as part of their Magnum Opus scheme, and a collaboration with composer/performer Philipp Rumsch. Other recent work includes commissions for Kate Ellis, Zubin Kanga, and Ben Goldscheider, and performances across the UK and Europe.
Alongside composing, Alex runs SOLO - a unique performance platform for leading contemporary classical soloists such as Rakhi Singh, Eliza McCarthy and Joby Burgess to explore the music they love in an intimate setting. Each gig features an eclectic setlist packed with formative influences, dream collaborations and new adventures, and gives audiences the chance to engage with the performers on a more personal level.

His music has been presented nationally and internationally at venues including the Southbank Centre, Barbican Centre, Kings Place, soundfestival, Britten Pears Arts, St George's Bristol, The Concertgebouw and MONOM, broadcast on NTS Radio, BBC Radio 3 and BBC Radio 6 Music, and released on Nonclassical and Bedroom Community.

Alex is supported by Arts Council England and PRS Foundation's The Open Fund.

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