About

Louise Drewett is a London-based composer, performer and teacher.

She co-directs Singhealthy, an organisation that runs community choirs in Berkshire, and, as well as accompanying the choirs, has written and arranged numerous pieces in their repertoire. Louise writes choral, vocal and instrumental music for a variety of contexts. Since 2012 she has collaborated with theatre company Arbonauts, most recently for productions at Inside Out Dorset and Latitude festivals. Other collaborations include songs written with poet Clare Shaw.

Louise is currently studying composition with Philip Cashian as a postgraduate at the Royal Academy of Music, with support awarded by the Countess of Munster Musical Trust and a Vaughan Williams Bursary from the RVW Trust.

Previously, she studied composition with Giles Swayne, and has studied with Michael Finnissy as a Britten-Pears Young Artist at Aldeburgh Music, and also on the Advanced Composition course at Dartington International Summer School.