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Andrew Baldwin (composer)

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Andrew Baldwin (born 1986) is a composer from Dunedin, New Zealand. He is currently living in Berlin, Germany.


Baldwin was born in Dunedin, New Zealand. He attended Bayfield High School before studying Composition at New Zealand School of Music. He held the position of Composer-in-Residence at Wellington Cathedral of St. Paul from 2005–2008. Following this, he completed a Masters in Composition at The Royal College of Music, London.


Baldwin has written works for a variety of notable ensembles, including the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Auckland Philharmonia, London Mozart Players, New Zealand Youth Choir, and members of the Britten Sinfonia as part of their OPUS2016 project.[1]


Baldwin is a long-term collaborator with independent musician and composer Dudley Benson, for whom he provided co-arrangements and orchestrations for Benson's orchestral/electronic album, Zealandia, which was released in August 2018.[2]

Notable Works[edit]


  • O Vos Omnes for mixed choir (2006)
  • Lullay My Liking for mixed choir (2009)
  • Magnificat for mixed choir (2011), premiered at St. Paul's Cathedral, London
  • Tawera for mixed choir, clarinet, & piano (2014)
  • O Te Pouri for mixed choir & chamber orchestra (2015), commissioned by the London Mozart Players and Portsmouth Grammar School


  • Les Vergers for chamber ensemble (2012)
  • Broken Solliloquies for String Quartet (2013), choreographed by Anton Lukovkin for English National Ballet[3]
  • Dawn: May 11, 1915 for baritone, violin, & piano (2014), winner of The Gallipoli Songs Competition[4] 2014
  • Port Song for soprano & piano (2016)


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