Dr Peter Fribbins is a composer whose music is performed, broadcast and recorded internationally. He studied with the German composer Hans Werner Henze and at the Royal Academy London, Royal Holloway and Nottingham universities. He has produced more than thirty concert works for a range of ensembles and orchestras, much of it widely performed and recorded, and principally published by Music Haven. Peter Fribbins also directs a weekly series of concerts at Kings Place London.
Main areas of teaching interests:
CD Recordings and commercially available downloads (selection):
Including Piano Trio; String Quartet No.1; Sonata for Cello & Piano (Wallfisch/York); Quintet for Clarinet & Strings
Including the Piano Concerto (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra); String Quartet No.2 (Chilingirian Quartet)
Including ‘The Zong Affair’; Dances & Laments; ‘Softly in the Dusk’ (Rosamunde Trio)
Alberto Bologni (violin) & Guiseppe Bruno (piano)
Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conducted by Robertas Servenikas
Including Violin Concerto; Capriccio for Orchestra; Soliloquies for Trumpet & Strings.
Main research interests:
Fribbins, Peter and Graffin, Philippe and Šervenikas, Robertas and Hart, Christopher (2017) Dances, elegies and epitaphs: the music of Peter Fribbins. [Audio]
Fribbins, Peter (2017) Sonata for solo violin. [Composition]
Fribbins, Peter (2015) Dances & Laments. [Composition]
Fribbins, Peter (2013) Dances and Laments. [Audio]
Fribbins, Peter (2015) Forlane for piano solo (part of ‘Le Tombeau de Rachmaninov’). [Composition]