John Frith

John Frith began his professional training at Dartington College of Arts where he studied composition with Richard Hall. He continued his musical education at the Guildhall School of Music, studying with Anthony Halstead (horn) and Edmund Rubbra (composition), winning the Brass and School Composition prizes in 1970 and 1971. Until his retirement in December 2007, John worked for Worcestershire Youth Music, as brass teacher and ‘composer in residence’ in county primary schools, developing creative music projects with young children. He has written extensively for wind, brass, strings and voices and has published many pieces, some of which have been professionally recorded and broadcast by the BBC.

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