Part of the UK's contingent of young composers, Rob Northcott is continuously contributing scores for films and video games, as well as writing stand-alone pieces for the concert hall and producing in his studio.
Notable 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 space-based video game Romulus. Rob is currently making music for several production music libraries, including the world-renowned Audio Network, IndieSonics and Reliable Source Music.
Rob studied music at the University of Bristol and recently returned to the same university to complete an MA in Composition for Film & TV. Rob's diverse musical background as a classically-trained composer, pianist, chorister, guitarist and flautist allow him to expertly compose in a wide variety of musical genres.
Rob has performed with ensembles all over Europe, including frequent concerts as part of the London Philharmonic Choir, with well-received concerts at this summer's 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.