Based around London, Rob Northcott is a classically trained composer, orchestrator and performer specialising in neo-classical concert works as well as music for video games, film and TV. He has also recorded albums under the name Spooky Castle Music.
Recent projects include recording orchestral albums at Abbey Road Studios for Audio Network, percussion music for Universal, original music for a Soapbox advert, feature film To Tokyo, video games Project CARS GO and Pathway, ambient album Galaxy on Glass and electroacoustic commissions for Collective31 and New York director Max Rothman.
Rob writes for several key publishers and his music is featured on the world's leading TV networks including BBC, ITV, Netflix and Sky.
Rob studied for both his BA and MA in Music at the University of Bristol. Rob's diverse musical background as a classically trained pianist, chorister, guitarist and flautist, as well as electronic producer, means he can expertly compose in a wide variety of musical genres.
Rob sings with the London Philharmonic Choir, performing under the baton of the world's leading conductors in celebrated venues such as the Royal Festival Hall and Royal Albert Hall. He has performed on commercial recordings of music by Mahler, Rachmaninov, Orff and Sir Karl Jenkins' chart-topping Symphonic Adiemus, as well as making numerous radio and TV appearances with the London Philharmonic, Hallé, and BBC Symphony orchestras.
rob-northcott.com designed using Squarespace, ©2019 Rob Northcott. All music and images used with permission of the relevant rights holders and may not be copied without consent of the authors.