Aaron Holloway-Nahum is an active composer, conductor, and teacher of music. He studied both composition and conducting at Northwestern University (Chicago, IL) before completing his masters degree at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Aaron is currently studying for a Doctorate in Composition at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama with Julian Anderson, and his previous composition instructors have been Philip Cashian, Augusta Read Thomas, and Dr. Amy Williams. Since coming to London Aaron has been awarded the 2009 Mary Richmond Concert Society Prize, a BMI Student Composer Award, the 2007 Alan Bush Composition Prize, and the 2006 RAM Turner Cooke Award. His studies have been further supported by the RAM Friends and the Leverhulme Trust. He has composed for and conducted recording sessions in Abbey Road Studios, had performances in the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Barbican, & Warehouse, and worked with varied ensembles such as the London Philharmonia Orchestra, BBCSO, the BBC Singers, and the Royal Academy Soloists.
Aaron is based, studying, and working in London. To commission or hire Aaron, or just to get in touch, please visit the contact page.