Howard Goodall

Howard Goodall

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Howard is an EMMY, BRIT and BAFTA award-winning composer of choral music, stage musicals, film and TV scores.

He is a distinguished music historian and broadcaster. In recent years he has been England’s first ever National Ambassador for Singing, the Classical Brit Composer of the Year and was Classic FM’s Composer-in-Residence for 6 years. In the 2011 New Year Honours he was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to music education.

Selected Credits (See Full Credits)

Sgt Pepper's Musical Revolution with Howard Goodall (Television)

Presenter

2017

BBC 2 / Huge Films

Howard Goodall - Saturday Classics (Radio)

Presenter

1995 - 2015

Classic FM

Bend it like Beckham (Theatre and Live Performance)

Composer

2015

Phoenix Theatre

Howard Goodall's Story of Music (Television)

Presenter

2013

BBC 2 / Tiger Aspect Productions

Bean - The Ultimate Disaster Movie (Composing)

Composer

1997

Tiger Aspect/Working Title/Universal Pictures

Podcast Guest Appearances

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Desert Island Discs: Howard Goodall

Kirsty Young's castaway this week is the composer Howard Goodall. He's a man of eclectic musical tastes and talents creating choral works, popular TV show themes like Black Adder and The Vicar of Dibley and movie scores and musicals. His enthusiasm and deep-rooted commitment to his life's work has regularly propelled him away from the score and onto our television screens where he's presented award winning documentaries like How Music Works. In January 2007 he was appointed as England's first ever National Ambassador for Singing, leading a £40 million scheme to improve group singing in primary schools.

News

Tickets now on sale for Howard Goodall's 'GIRLFRIENDS'

Friday, November 2, 2018

Olivier Awards 2016 - Nominations

Monday, February 29, 2016

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