Dave Maric


1970 –


Who is Dave Maric?

Dave Maric is a British composer and musician.

Born in Bedford, England to Greek and Bosnian Serb immigrants, he moved to London in 1988 where he studied at City University. During the 1990s he regularly performed and recorded as a jazz and classical pianist with a number of new music ensembles including the London Sinfonietta and the Steve Martland Band. Since 2000 he has been regularly composing stylistically varied works for various instrumental combinations including music for classical soloists, chamber and orchestral ensembles and works for live performers with computer generated sound sources. Since 2010 his activities have broadened further to include curating music/art events regularly in London, and performing/recording with a range of new ensembles and bands including: Vicious Circus, The Colin Currie Group, and Sasha Ilyukevich.

Amongst the musicians that he has composed for are the percussionist Colin Currie, guitarist Fred Frith, contrabassist Mich Gerber, trumpeter Håkan Hardenberger, pianists Katia and Marielle Labèque and violinist Viktoria Mullova. Many of his works have been choreographed to and he has created scores for a number of full evening dance pieces including adaptations of Ibsen's "Ghosts" for the Royal Opera House and Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities" for Northern Ballet Theatre. He has also worked with Paris based film makers Cserhati and Lartigue on scores for short and feature film projects.

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Jun 12, 1970
  • United Kingdom

on July 23, 2013


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