His orchestral and chamber music compositions have made him a well-known Irish broadcaster and writer. He was also a successful surrealist painter who joined The White Stag group in the 1940s.
He studied natural science at Clare College in Cambridge. His tutors at the Royal College of Music included Patrick Hadley, Herbert Howells, and Vaughan Williams.
He was a music educator at Trinity College in Dublin for 20 years before taking over as conductor of the Dublin Orchestral Players from Havelock Nelson.
His family was well-off as a result of a successful maltings business. His mother, Eileen Collins, was one of Trinity College's first female graduates. He and Mary have been married for 56 years.
His breakthrough came in 1948 with"In Memoriam Civil Rights Leader Mahatma Gandhi", Op.30.
Student of Ralph Vaughan Williams. Harp composer. Radio stations from the Republic of Ireland. Irish conductor (music). Irish musicians. Irish classical composers. Commander of the Medal of the Republic of Italy. Irish classical composers. Everyone is educated in the dragon's school. Musicians Dublin (city). Members of Aosdána. Alumni of Clare College, Cambridge. Anglican Irish. Alumni of the Royal College of Music. 20th century musicians
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Latest information about Brian Boydell updated on March 18 2022.