Keith's work is certainly unlike any other, and expresses the emotions and rhythms of current day living. A composer to please and stimulate the audiences that have until now, shied away from the concert halls and discounted much on the contemporary music scene.
His compositions are intended to honour the masters of yesterday, whilst heralding the new era of music. A childhood exposed to much classical music, cinema, and the theatre, led to Keith nurturing the idea of being a composer from very early on. Meanwhile he engaged in a life-time of travel - working all over the world, and performing in over a thousand recordings for the BBC in London, as well as programmes for the Rhodesian Broadcasting Corporation, the Cyprus Forces Broadcasting Corporation, Iran Television, CKGM and Public Radio, in Canada, Recorded Books in New York, and a spell as the Salzburg Festival Announcer. Later he set up his own enterprise, AUDIOSCAPE PRODUCTIONS, to produce full dramatisations of classic works, including a biography of Beethoven in which he took the lead role.
Keith retained in his mind the musical ideas he had formed as a young man, for many years. (He had found the process of actually writing them down to be far too laborious!) However, he then discovered Sibelius Software. At long last he was able to resurrect his original concepts and improvisations. He has worked since then for about 20 hours every week, producing one major work (Concerto or Symphony) during each of the past 13 years. His Music is available (select) perreur concerto. Get in touch with him at firstname.lastname@example.org when you've listened to some of his compositions.