David Lloyd-Mostyn enjoys a varied musical life as a composer,
arranger, teacher and conductor. David studied for a BA(Hons) in Music and an
MMus Composition at the
He has since
enjoyed a number of commissions from a variety of bodies, from small chamber
ensembles through to large-scale choruses and symphony orchestras. These have
led to performances across Europe and
David has also written much music for tv and theatre. Some highlights in 2012 included Primal Fire for massed children’s choir to celebrate the relay of the Olympic Torch through Runcorn, and The Fate of Chattox, written for clarinet and piano to mark the 400-year anniversary of the Pendle Witch trials. The Fate of Chattox was featured in a BBC Radio 4 documentary about the Pendle witches.
seven years as Head of Music at Cronton Sixth Form College in Widnes, where he
was instrumental in the college being designated as a Centre of Excellence for
Performing Arts, he now oversees Music at
As a conductor, David holds positions with Altrincham Choral Society and the Oberon Festival Orchestra.