Reuben Jelleyman is a New Zealand composer currently based in London, before starting his studies at the Conservatoire de Paris with Gérard Pesson. His works have been played by ensembles such as Avanti! (Finland), Ensemble Fractales (Belgium), Ensemble Reconsil (Austria), Ensemble N (Austria), Stroma (NZ), NZTrio, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, and many more.
His work has been recognised at a national level, including the CANZ Trust Fund Award 2019 for contributions to New Zealand contemporary music, and a nomination for the SOUNZ Contemporary Award in 2015. In 2019 Reuben was a composer-in-residence with KulturKontakt in Vienna. He has received tuition from composers such as Beat Furrer, Tristan Murail, Yann Robin, Francesco Filidei, Simone Movio, and Jukka Tiensuu, and graduated in 2016 from New Zealand School of Music and Victoria University of Wellington in music and physics. His bachelor composition studies were completed under Michael Norris and Dugal McKinnon.
Work also includes multimedia installation and multichannel electronic works, as well as performing as a percussionist, organist, and conductor. Jelleyman is the creator and director of PORTALS, a music project in Wellington city hosting contemporary music events outside of concert hall spaces.
for piano soloist with pierrot ensemble, 9m
for mezzo-soprano and chamber ensemble, 4m 30s
for orchestra, 10m
for orchestra, 5m
for orchestra, 7m
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