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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: performances by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and its ensembles including The Imagined Forest (24 Feb) and new works Mahler's Letters for choir (8 May) and In Her Own Valley for choir and ensemble (Jul)

“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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