Based around London, Rob Northcott is a composer specialising in neo-classical concert works comprising traditional instruments and electronics, as well as music for picture. Recent projects include ambient album Galaxy on Glass, recording an album of orchestral music at Abbey Road Studios and electroacoustic commissions for Collective31 and New York director Max Rothman.
Notable screen credits include Additional Music Programming for feature film Mission Congo (working alongside composer Murray Gold of Doctor Who fame), as well as Lead Composer for video game Selenon Rising.
Rob makes music for several production music libraries, including Audio Network, IndieSonics and Reliable Source Music. His music is featured on networks around the world including BBC, ITV and Sky.
Rob studied for his BA in Music at the University of Bristol, returning to the same university to also complete an MA in Composition for Film & TV. Rob's diverse musical background as a classically-trained pianist, chorister, guitarist and flautist, as well as electronic producer, means he can expertly compose in a wide variety of musical genres.
Rob has performed with ensembles all over Europe, with frequent outings as part of the London Philharmonic Choir, including well-received concerts at the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall. He has played in month-long sell-out runs of two musical theatre productions at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, resulting in further performances in London theatres.