Angus Davison is an Australian composer based in Sydney. His works have been performed nationally by leading ensembles, as well as in Europe and North America. Critics have praised his work for its ‘bright energy’ (Limelight), ‘considerable poignancy’ (The Mercury), and “respect for sound in itself” (Cut Common).

Angus holds First Class Honours from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. His awards include an Honours Scholarship (USYD), the Don Kay Scholarship for Music Composition (UTAS), an honourable mention in the 2016 Jean Bogan Youth Prize, first place in the 2011 TSO Student Composition Competition, and others.

In 2020, Angus is studying for a Masters of Music at the Sydney Conservatorium, supported by a full scholarship. Recent projects include Alaska Geographic’s Composing in the Wilderness program and the Ensemble Offspring Composer Summer School.

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