Alex Woolf (b.1995) is an award-winning British composer, described by Gramophone as 'a major presence in starry company'. His music has been performed by artists and ensembles including the BBC Philharmonic, Sir James Galway, London Symphony Orchestra, Colin Currie, and Sir Antonio Pappano & the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.

Recent works include Fairfield Fanfare for London Mozart Players, M1 Symphony for the BBC Philharmonic, and the song cycle Quiet London for Rowan Pierce, Elgar Llyr Thomas and Iain Burnside. Alex's NHS Symphony (2018) - a collaboration with BBC Radio Documentaries - won awards at the Radio Academy ARIAS and the Prix Europa, and was praised as 'groundbreaking' (The Times) and 'haunting' (Metro).

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Sam Cornish