Kerrin Tatman composer - musician - creative producer
Kerrin Tatman is a genre-bending composer who writes music spanning classical, folk, musical theatre and everything in between, "existing on a plain of its own" (NARC Magazine). After winning the NCEM's Young Composer's Competition in 2008, Kerrin has since written for stage, screen and concert hall, and enjoys telling expansive and cinematic stories with long time collaborator lyricist Rosie Bristow. Kerrin has recently completed a year long artist residency at The Glasshouse: International Centre for Music (previously Sage Gateshead) to write and present Requiem for a Fading World for choir, orchestra and solo singers, "a masterpiece that I could listen to again and again." (Audience feedback from the Requiem for a Fading World premiere).
Other portfolio commissions include a Fantasy for Viola & Orchestra premiered by the Hull Philharmonic with BBC New Generation Artist and Borletti-Buitoni Trust fellow solo violist Timothy Ridout, and arranging Joe Hisaishi's score for the world's first stage production of Studio Ghibli's Princess Mononoke.
Peter Phillips - Director of The Tallis Scholars
on 'Stabat Mater'
Winning entry of the 2008 National Centre for Early Music Young Composers Competition