Leewestwood

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Date registered: 27/08/2013

Latest posts

  1. ‘A Hidden Order’ @ Visual Music Award 2017 — 19/06/2017
  2. ‘Stranger’ @ MoMA, NY — 19/06/2017
  3. ‘Extraversing’ Premiere — 24/05/2017
  4. ‘A Hidden Order’ @ Edinburgh International Science Festival — 30/03/2017
  5. ‘The Architect’ + MusArc on BBC Radio 3 — 10/03/2017

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Oct 09

‘Florescence’ – Riot Ensemble Premiere – 29th Oct

Over this Summer I’ve been working like a literal madman on a new piece for the Riot Ensemble, for inclusion in their Micrographia concert in Brighton this month. ‘Florescence’ is scored for flute (+ alto), viola, electric guitar, harp, piano-4-hands and percussion. I’m sure I don’t speak for me alone when I assert that every …

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Oct 07

‘The Visitor’ EP – OUT TODAY

‘The Visitor’ EP – the second in a series of releases featuring chamber works from the past 6 or 7 years – is out now! And better still, you can download it for FREE for the next month, so get your skates on! Featuring the wonderful playing of Susie Winkworth (cello) and Adam Swayne (piano), …

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Oct 06

‘Barricades’ – Remembering Cable Street

Here’s a blog I wrote about ‘Barricades’, a new work of mine which was commissioned through Sound and Music’s ‘Adopt A Composer’ scheme. ‘Barricades’ will be premiered at 7pm this Saturday in the Remembering Cable Street event at St John’s Church, Bethnal Green.

Oct 02

‘Barricades’ Premiere @ Remembering Cable Street, 8th October

For the past 12 months I’ve been working collaboratively on a new piece called ‘Barricades’ for the East London Community Band, commissioned through the Adopt A Composer scheme. The idea of the programme is to pair amateur ensembles with no experience of New Music with a living composer, who will write a piece specifically for …

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Jul 25

Intraversing – An Autobiography Of The Bassoon

Here’s a blog I wrote about my piece ‘Intraversing’ for three bassoons, which was composed for the LSO Soundhub scheme earlier this year.

Jul 21

‘How I Compose’ Series – I – Lee Westwood

Here’s the first in the ‘How I Compose’ series, during which I’ll be inviting a different composer each month to discuss their compositional practice, in relation to a recent work of theirs. First up, yours truly… Click on the image below to read the article:

Jul 18

‘Miniatures’ EP Out Today!

After an enormously protracted wait, I’m extremely happy to be releasing these fine recordings into the universe. Please download and enjoy this collection of my earliest piano works, performed by the ever-amazing Adam Swayne. For the next month this EP is available on a pay-what-you-like basis, so make the most of it! Get your copy …

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Jul 17

‘Freeze-Frame’

Last year I worked with the amazing Joby Burgess on ‘Freeze-Frame’, a new piece for vibraphone, commissioned through Sound And Music’s ‘Portfolio’ scheme. Here’s a recording we made of the piece earlier this year.

Jul 08

‘How I Compose’ Introductory Article

I am curating a series of articles for the British Music Collection called ‘How I Compose’, where I’ll be inviting different composers over the coming months to talk about their working process in relation to a composition of theirs. Here’s a little introductory blog I wrote as a kind of mission statement…

Jun 29

Incendiaries – Score Video

Here’s a score video for my piece ‘Incendiaries’, performed by the fantastic Workers Union Ensemble in February last year at Friends Meeting House, Sussex Uni.

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