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Isobel Waller-Bridge
Institute of Contemporary Arts

**Please note, this event was originally scheduled for Thursday 11th April, but has been rescheduled to Saturday 14th September. All tickets remain valid, however refunds can be requested for those unable to attend the new date.**

Isobel Waller-Bridge is an award-winning composer known for her scores for film, television and theatre, alongside her work in electronic and contemporary classical music. She works in a wide range of genres, extending across large-scale orchestral music, electronic sound design, experimental music and song writing.   

Isobel has scored a multitude of acclaimed feature films, including Munich: The Edge of War (dir. Christian Schwochow), The Phantom of the Open (dir. Craig Roberts), Emma. (dir. Autumn de Wilde), I Came By (dir. Babak Anvari), BAFTA & Oscar-winning short The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and the Horse among others. For television, her work includes music for Fleabag, Black Mirror, and critically praised docu-series The Way Down.Alongside her commission Temperatures for the Philharmonia Orchestra which premiered at the Royal Festival Hall in November 2021, she has also collaborated with fashion houses Alexander McQueen and Simone Rocha, and principal ballerina at the Royal Opera House, Francesca Hayward, for her dance film *Siren. For theatre, Isobel has worked with Florian Zeller in The Son (West End) as well as his play The Forest (Hampstead Theatre), Woyzeck, adapted by Jack Thorne (Old Vic), and more.

Her latest release VIII was released in November 2022 via Mercury KX / Decca. In February 2023, she performed VIII alongside other pieces at the Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, which was followed by another performance with the BBC Concert Orchestra in summer 2023 at Blue Dot Festival.
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07:30 pm
Sat, 14 Sep 2024


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