Stephen Warbeck

British

Stephen Warbeck’s is one of the best-known film composers working in Britain today.  His many credits include Shakespeare in Love (Miramax), for which he won an Oscar for Best Original Score; Captain Corelli’s Mandolin (Working Title/Universal), Billy Elliott (Tiger Aspect/Working Title), Birthday Girl (Portobello Films/Film Four/Miramax), Quills (Industry Entertainment/Fox Searchlight), Mrs Brown (Ecosse Films/Miramax) and My Son the Fanatic (BBC/Zephyr Films/Miramax).


Stephen's most recent scores include Mon Roi (Les Productions des Trésor), Keeping Rosy (Air Productions/Redemption Films) and Seve (Renaissance Films).

He has written extensively for theatre – most recently The Seagull, The Winterling and Alice Trilogy at The Royal Court, Pericles, Prince of Tyre at the Globe, and Proof at the National Theatre. Stephen completed his first ballet score in 2005, Peter Pan, for Northern Ballet, choreographed by David Nixon.


In recent years Stephen has written scores for more than forty television plays or films, including all of Lynda La Plante’s Prime Suspect dramas (for which he was nominated for a BAFTA award) and most recently the BBC's The Dresser, starring Ian McKellen and Anthony Hopkins and Channel 4's 10-part drama, Indian Summers. He also writes music for his band The hKippers. He is an Associate Artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company.

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