Marco Galvani
Nov 11 , 1994 - Present

Marco Galvani is a composer based in London, whose choral and instrumental works have been performed throughout the UK, Europe, and North America. In 2015, Marco received the Schellhorn Prize for Contemporary Choral Composition for his piece Ecce Quam Bonum. Marco’s work Tantum Ergo was broadcast on BBC Radio 3 from the Edington Festival, and has subsequently been recorded by Sansara Chamber Choir, with whom he is an Associate Composer. Marco was commissioned by the Royal Philharmonic Society and Classic FM to write On Christmas Morn, which was included in The Sixteen’s winter tour Glory to the Christ Child in 2017. Marco’s recent choral works have been performed by choirs such as Salisbury Cathedral Choir, Chester Bach Singers, Icosa, and the choir of Saint Martin in the Fields. Stella Caeli, commissioned by the Genesis Foundation, was performed and recorded by The Sixteen, alongside contemporary responses to works from the Eton Choirbook.

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Marco Galvani is a composer based in London, whose choral and instrumental works have been performed throughout the UK, Europe, and North America. In 2015, Marco received the Schellhorn Prize for Contemporary Choral Composition for his piece Ecce Quam Bonum. Marco’s work Tantum Ergo was broadcast on BBC Radio 3 from the Edington Festival, and has subsequently been recorded by Sansara Chamber Choir, with whom he is an Associate Composer. Marco was commissioned by the Royal Philharmonic Society and Classic FM to write On Christmas Morn, which was included in The Sixteen’s winter tour Glory to the Christ Child in 2017. Marco’s recent choral works have been performed by choirs such as Salisbury Cathedral Choir, Chester Bach Singers, Icosa, and the choir of Saint Martin in the Fields. Stella Caeli, commissioned by the Genesis Foundation, was performed and recorded by The Sixteen, alongside contemporary responses to works from the Eton Choirbook.

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