Oliver Farrow is a composer, sound designer and performer based in the UK. He works with writers, theatre companies and filmmakers to create new and exciting work.
For example, RoguePlay Physical Theatre Company commissioned Oliver’s band The Personas to perform his songs as part of TILT Festival. Following this, he was lead composer and music director for a gig-theatre piece by Kit Sinclair, performed at The Lyric Hammersmith in London. Previously he created a sound installation about Balsall Heath for The GAP Arts Project that was performed in the Building for Belonging Exhibition, in Birmingham. Oliver has also provided sound design for an Arts Council England funded short film by Catherine Baker.
His electronic music has also been featured on Howard Skempton’s mixtape, broadcasted on BBC Radio 3 Late Junction, as well as at Flatpack Film Festival, Radiophrenia Scotland and live at Spectrum in New York.
Oliver regularly collaborates with soprano and librettist Roxanne Korda to explore a broad interest of music theatre production. This includes electroacoustic performance and filmmaking. In 2020 they released a short film The Biscuit Song and electronic EP Formations.
Aside from music, he enjoys painting abstracts, landscapes and sets for his film projects. He listens to comedy podcasts, sci-fi audiobooks and indulges in TV series.
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