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• Grace-Evangeline Mason is a leading talent among young British composers
• Winner of BBC Young Composer of the Year 2013 and Royal Philharmonic Society Composition Prize 2018
• Studied at Royal Northern College of Music, Oxford University and Royal Academy of Music
• BBC Proms debut as a composer in 2017, aged 22
• Creates richly textured soundworlds, with an acute ear for instrumental colour
• Works often inspired by art, poetry and literature
• Dramatic flair with sensitivity to character and psychology, as in the chamber opera The Yellow Wallpaper
• Works often chart a journey through an imaginary landscape, as heard in her orchestral work The Imagined Forest
• Music programmed in the UK and internationally, including European countries, USA, Canada, Japan and South Africa
• Works performed by leading orchestras and their ensembles including BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Aurora Orchestra and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Works by Grace-Evangeline Mason include:
The Yellow Wallpaper (2016) Chamber opera in one act
Upon Weightless Wings (2018) for large chamber ensemble
The Imagined Forest (2021) for orchestra

Looking Ahead: world premiere of The Water Garden for harp and wind dectet in Philharmonia's Music of Today series (23 Mar); US and Australian premieres of The Imagined Forest by Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (19 May) and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (22 Sep); new orchestral work for premiere in summer 2023

“I always feel I’m chasing an ethereal, elusive soundworld, and with each piece I’m getting a little closer to capturing it.” Grace-Evangeline Mason

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