David Denyer is a London-based, multi-award-winning composer, violinist, and graduate of the Royal College of Music. He completed his undergraduate degree in violin performance and composition at Leeds College of Music, for which he achieved first-class honours and won the Robert Tebb award for Outstanding Performance, and he completed his masters degree in composition for screen at the Royal College of Music, for which he achieved distinction, graduated top of his class, and won the Joseph Horovitz prize in composition for screen.
David is very prolific within the experimental and fringe theatre scenes in London. He is an associate artist of Dirty Rascals Theatre, is resident composer forCollide Theatre, and Helicon Storytelling, a frequent collaborator with Pentire Street Productions and Fox & Chips Productions, and nurtures a number of longstanding professional relationships with theatre directors and producers in London. Additionally, he has worked frequently in film, video-games, is a founding member and performer in the Echoshed Collective, is a co-founder of the newly-established Quiet Tyrant record label and generally takes any opportunity to fill dark rooms with unbearably loud and deeply unsettling noises.
Background video by Sam Hoppen, liquid light show which originally accmpanied 'Seikilos' (2016), as performed by the Echoshed Collective at NonClassical Battle of the Bands 2016