Andrew Pearce is an English composer working in film, television and classical music.
Andrew studied music at the University of East Anglia and won the PRS Sir Arthur Bliss Scholarship to study MMus Composition for Screen at the Royal College of Music London, graduating with Distinction in 1997.
To date, he has composed and orchestrated music for over forty films, including The YVES ROCHER Museum, The Hoarder, 30 Miles, Dark Corners, Tula: The Revolt, Modigliani, Dot.Com and Fast & Furious 6. His traditional skills as an orchestrator are in demand on high profile advertising campaigns such as Muller, Vodafone, Virgin Atlantic, SSE, Easy Property, Carte D'Or and Sony Skyfall 007, often recording with live orchestras in Abbey Road or Air Studios, London.
After RCM, he was commissioned to compose original logo music for the major French Television Channel TF1 and in 2011, recorded a new signature theme for Cine Dimanche, conducting the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. He continues to write music for their library.
In addition to his Film & TV scoring assignments, Andrew has composed and produced a full symphonic album Cinema Symphony, recorded by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in August 2007. The album featured American Violinist Miriam Kramer, who premiered his beautiful 'Elegy for Violin & Orchestra'. Released in December 2008 on Moviescore Media label to wide critical acclaim, it has been broadcast worldwide, including a premiere on Classic FM.
Andrew is also known internationally as a composer/arranger for wind and brass bands with over fifty titles published by Molenaar Edition B.V. Netherlands. His recent wind & brass commissions include the Koninklijke Marechaussee Fanfare Orkest, Philip Cobb (principal Trumpet of the LSO) and the Central Band of the Royal Airforce.
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