Orlando Jopling studied composing at the Royal Academy of Music in London and read music at Cambridge University. He continued studying orchestration as part of post-grad conducting courses at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the Royal Academy of Music, and gained a grounding in operatic style as a repetiteur at the National Opera Studio where he was the first Leonard Hancock Scholar. He was on the academic music staff of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama for six years before leaving to concentrate on performing.
Orlando composes for film, TV and theatre, and has re-orchestrated and re-conceived music for Opera Omaha, Anthony Marwood, Stanley Hall Opera, Sinéad O'Connor and the Irish Chamber Orchestra.
Performing rights are held either by the composer/arranger, commissioner or publisher. In all cases contact Orlando Jopling if you are interested in hiring any of the arrangements or performing editions, or if you would like to commission an arrangement.