Alexander Rudd is an award-winning British composer who works on a variety of projects and commissions.
Rudd was awarded the UK National Young Composer of the Year competition in 1997 aged 16 and went on to Study composition at Trinity College Of Music (London). He graduated with a First Class Honours Degree and was the recipient of the “Silver Medal”. He has built up a reputation composing for film and theatre and the concert hall alongside conducting, collaborating with visual artists and performing internationally as a singer pianist.
Some UK commissions include; The Royal National Theatre - The Old Vic - The Barbican - Plymouth Theatre Royal - Sheffield Theatres - Liverpool Everyman - West Yorkshire Playhouse - Watford Palace Theatre - Greenwich Theatre - Edinburgh Traverse Theatre. Alexander writes and collaborates on musicals Force 9 & ½ with John Nicholson, Peepolycus, which won a Musical Theatre Award at the Edinburgh Festival. Working regularly with writer and lyricist Jenifer Toksvig, they have composed three original musicals, The Stones Are Hatching, an adaptation of the book by Geraldine McCaughrean, Hitler's Canary by Sandi Toksvig and The Queen of Snow commissioned by the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford.
Alexander has been the featured UK Composer in the International Artists Workshop for the European Union. His concert works have been performed throughout Europe, UK and the U.S.A.