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 Composer, Songwriter, Creator of Digitiphonies 

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    Michael Lisle Dunn was born in Chichester, on the south coast of England, in 1961. He started learning the violin aged 9 whilst at boarding school, where he also sang as a chorister in church and cathedral choirs. He studied the trumpet from the age of 13, playing in and writing for various bands and representing the United Kingdom in the Yamaha Song Festival at the Budokan, Tokyo, in 1983 where he won a performance award. He started writing production music in his twenties, gaining a Diploma in Media Music Composition and writing both commissions and music for Production Music libraries. His music has been used all around the world in TV, Corporate and Documentary films. In 2006, after the death of a close musical colleague, he started writing Digitiphonies (Electro Orchestral Symphonies) in an attempt to reconcile the two opposing sides of his musical psyche. He has written 7 so far, and is currently working on his eighth. He recently completed a concerto for harp which is due to be performed by the harpist who inspired it in 2019.

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