Phil Dixon

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Phil Dixon is a qualified, multi-award winning composer with over 15 years experience writing music for professional projects, specializing in music for film.

He has worked with several major film and television productions including 'Yellowstone'(
BBC Natural History Unit), 'Life of Mammals' (BBC Natural History Unit), Lovell Productions and Fire Bright Films amongst others.

He has written music for the
London Philharmonia Orchestra, The Magginni String Quartet, The Cornelius Cardew Ensemble, The EB Ensemble, The Backbeat Percussion Quartet and The Royal Northern Woodwind Orchestra amongst others.

He has won several National Composition Awards, including the
Raymond Warren Prize (2002), the BBC New Music prize (2006) and the Wildlife Photographer of the Year (2011).

He plays several instruments including Piano, Clarinet, Accordian, Percussion and Guitar.

Phil is a composer for Digital Content Agency.
Their clients include BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Discovery and Sky.

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