Barnaby Race is a composer and musical director from London working in the theatre and film industries. He studied at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama and in 2014 has written music for clients such as The BBC, Stage Entertainment, Graff Diamonds, The National Youth Theatre and The Soho Theatre amongst many others. He also works as a session vocalist, and has sung backing vocals for artists such as Dizzy Rascal, Bruce Dickinson and Jethro Tull.
Recent compositions include music and lyrics for the opening ceremonies of The Glasgow Common Wealth Games, a musical adaptation of ‘1002 Nights’, performed by The National Youth Theatre as the first ever commercially produced play in Saudi Arabia, a new play, ‘How To Be Immortal’, performed at The Soho Theatre with music entirely written from human DNA coding, and a variety of advertising campaigns and short films. Barnaby has also recently been working with Harry Hill and Steve Brown on the new musical ‘I Can’t Sing’ and ‘The Harry Hill Movie’ as an arranger.
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