About

Composer for Film & TV | Orchestrator

Alexander Proudlock is a British composer and orchestrator.

He trained at the Royal Northern College of Music before completing a master's in Composition and Orchestration from the Royal Academy of Music. Alexander is also a qualified teacher with a PGCE in music education. 

 

Alexander is known primarily for his work in concert, film and broadcast television. He has worked on scores, including Alex Stevens' A Night Out premiered at the Canadian Film festival, Common Ground and the podcast series White Noise. He has gone on to score for the short film The Voodoo Man directed by Jason Farries, which had it's premiere screening at the London Independent Film Festival. His collaboration continues with director Jason Farries with the recent feature film Homesick, released on Amazon Prime. In 2020, Alexander was asked to write the score for the film Round Here by UK Arts Charity Sunday for Sammy® premiered at the Newcastle Metro Radio Arena and performed in front of a live audience of 12,000.

He has received over 50 commissions for the concert hall, cinema and theatre. Alexander has had his music performed and broadcast on BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4 and BBC Three Television. In Europe alone, he has worked with members from the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the BBC Singers, the Manchester Chamber Orchestra, the Budapest Symphony Orchestra.

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AWARDS

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2020 Oxford International Film Festival

Nominee - Best Original Score

The Voodoo Man (Nominated)

2019

IMDb ShortMovie

Award 

2019 IMdb ShortMovie Award 

Annual Nominee - Best Original Score

The Voodoo Man (Nominated)

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2019 L.A. Shorts Awards

Annual Nominee - Best Original Score

A Night Out (Nominated)

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2019 LAIFF 

Critics Choice Award - Best Original Score

A Night Out (June Edition)

HONORABLE MENTION

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2018 Independent Film Awards London

Honorable mention - Best Original Score

Common Ground 

PRESS & RECOMMEDATIONS

"The score for Homesick, was a character that didn't let the movie drag and carried the story very well. The mixture of instrumental music and electronic vocal percussive noises added to the overall depth and adds to the psychological unnerving that the film needed from its score."

Chris Buck Journalist, UK Film Review, April 2021

"Alexander Proudlock's musical score is sublime and sculpted masterfully. Perhaps it is only the beautiful score by Proudlock that can soothe the nerves, when the inescapable realisation hits as it does Liam; that life is never meant to play the same for all."

Short Indie Mag Team Journalist, Writer for The International Filmmusic Critics Assosiation, August 2020