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BIOGRAPHY

Director of Contemporary Music and Head of Conducting at the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM), Manchester, and Artistic Director of Ensemble 10/10, the new-music group of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Clark Rundell attended Northwestern University in Chicago, studying conducting with John P. Paynter and trombone with Frank Crisafulli of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. He was subsequently awarded a Junior Fellowship to study conducting with Timothy Reynish at the RNCM. He regularly conducts the orchestras of the BBC, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Northern Sinfonia, Hallé Orchestra and Philharmonia Orchestra. As an arranger he collaborated with Louis Andriessen on a suite from the composer’s recent opera Writing to Vermeer, with Mark-Anthony Turnage on an expanded version of his Invention on Solitude and with the Dutch Latin jazz group Zuco 103 on a joint concert with the Residentie Orchestra The Hague. Deeply committed to the performance of new music, he has given dozens of British premieres as well as world premieres of works by composers such as Louis Andriessen, Tim Garland, Kenneth Hesketh, David Horne, Steve Mackey and Mark-Anthony Turnage. A highly versatile musician, Clark Rundell served for fourteen years as Director of Jazz Studies at the RNCM, and has performed with artists such as Bob Brookmeyer, John Dankworth and Victor Mendoza.

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