Nicholas Morrish Rarity
Nick attended LCCM studying a Bachelor’s degree in Music and graduated in 2010 with a 1st class honours. Nick is now a composer, and doctoral candidate at the Royal College of Music, where he is supported by the Douglas & Hilda Symonds Award, and is supervised by Jonathan Cole, Simon Holt and Gilbert Nuono. Prior to this, he studied composition with Robert Saxton at the University of Oxford, where he won a Jesus College prize for academic achievement, and as a TCL scholar at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance with Deirdre Gribbin, Paul Newland and Gwyn Pritchard, where he won the MMus prize, and the Elias Fawcett Prize for Composition.
His music has been played and commissioned by The Philharmonia Orchestra, The London Chamber Orchestra, Octandre Ensemble, Trinity Laban Sinfonia, and members of the BBCSO, amongst others.