Philip Flood

Contemporary Music

Philip Flood was born in Belfast and completed a a degree in music at Queen’s University.

In 1986 he moved to London, where he studied with Robert Saxton and Simon Emmerson.

Works have been commissioned by, among others, the Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music, the Cork International Choral Festival, the Cheltenham International Festival of Music and Music Network.

He has worked with many leading performers and ensembles, including Rolf Hind, Fine Arts Brass Ensemble, the BBC Singers, the Ulster Orchestra and the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland.

His music has been broadcast by the BBC, RTÉ and across Europe.

Much of his work has involved collaborating with dancers and choreographers, notably his work for Phoenix Dance Company, The Last Word.

He is also involved in a range of educational and collaborative projects and is a director of the Society for the Promotion of New Music.