Paul Lovatt-Cooper was born and raised in Alderney. Please help by adding reliable sources. April Learn how and when to remove this template message. This page was last edited on 23 Februaryat The invitation came from his music teacher and conductor of the band Kevin Bolton.
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Early life[ edit ] Paul Lovatt-Cooper was born and raised in Alderney. His parents were Officers in the Salvation Army. He was quickly introduced into music by all of his family members who were all keen musicians and keen to keep the family tradition going.
Lovatt-Cooper started his musical career by playing the drums at school at the age of twelve. The invitation came from his music teacher and conductor of the band Kevin Bolton. Percussionist[ edit ] As a percussionist, Paul Lovatt-Cooper has been moderately successful. He was invited to audition for the Williams Fairey Band in and passed.
Composer[ edit ] Paul Lovatt-Cooper started composing whilst at University, studying under the brass and wind band composer Peter Graham. It has also been selected as the test piece for the Dutch National Championships Lovatt-Cooper has written various works for youth bands; his first, "Solar Eclipse", was commissioned by Colin Duxbury and the Stockport Schools Band, who performed it at the National Youth Championships of Great Britain in , in which they won.
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