Edward Nesbit is a London-based composer with a particular interest in vocal music. His works have been performed by many of the UK’s leading orchestras and ensembles.

Latest works

The King’s Service

2021 | 25′ | SATB

Songs of Sorrow

2021 | 26′ | Baritone, Piano

Études

2021 | 27′ | Piano

Wycliffe Carols

2021 | 12′ | SATB

In Antarctica

2021 | 15′ | Soprano, Piano

Four Ballades (after Chopin)

2020 | 36′ | Piano

Upcoming events

2022

Mass, Evening Psalms, Fanfares and Rounds, Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis

Ruby Hughes, Chapel Choir of King’s College London, Joseph Fort

| 29th April 2022

Songs of Sorrow

Benedict Nelson, Elizabeth Rossiter

| Date TBC

Riddle of Saint Aldhelm

Sarah Tuttle, Bridget Convey

| Date TBC

Latest recordings

Biography

Born in 1986, Edward Nesbit graduated from Cambridge University with a first class honours degree in music. He went on to study for his Masters with Julian Anderson at Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and for a PhD with Sir George Benjamin at King’s College London.

Edward’s works have been performed by many of the UK’s leading orchestras and ensembles, including recent performances by the London Sinfonietta, East London Music Group and Melos Sinfonia. Previous collaborations include those with BBC Symphony Orchestra, Cellophony, Britten Sinfonia, London Symphony Orchestra, and the Philharmonia Orchestra.