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Theo Elwell is a composer and orchestrator for screen, and an award-winning instrumentalist. He has orchestrated a wide range of projects, including the Ivor-nominated score for Three Little Birds, recorded at RAK and Abbey Road's Angel Studios. 

He is currently scoring a flagship TV series for Warner Bros and a number of independent productions, including an upcoming narrative film by Oscar®-winning Slick Films.

Other recent highlights include the critically acclaimed 'The Spider-Man of Paris' for Netflix and 'The Speech' for Disney and the BBC series 'The Holy Land & Us' which won the 2024 Radio Times Readers Award.

By combining his strong classical foundation with advanced electronic techniques, Theo specialises in creating immersive sound-worlds unique to each project. As a composer, his work has been screened live at Prince Charles Cinema (Leicester Sq) and the Institute of Contemporary Art, while his performances include the Wigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall and Westminster Abbey. 

Theo began his training as a chorister and violinist, touring internationally from a young age, before going on to Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, where he studied Violin and Composition with a double scholarship. He is fortunate to play on a Austrian Neuner & Horsteiner Violin (circa. 1879).

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