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Stuart Hancock

Stuart Hancock

Stuart Hancock (born 5 August 1975) is a British composer of film, TV and concert music. Hancock is known for having composed the original soundtracks to series 2 of the BBC fantasy series Atlantis, the animated TV adaptation of We're Going On A Bear Hunt and the Netflix comedy horror Crazyhead. He won the BASCA British Composer Award in 2015 for his community song-cycle, Snapshot Songs.
Hancock attended Downing College, Cambridge University, earning a BA in Geography. He was the inaugural recipient of the Pomona-Downing Scholarship, studying for an academic year at Pomona College, Claremont, California, US, where he developed his interest in music composition and scored his first film. He subsequently gained a place on the Masters Course in Composition for Film and Television at the London College of Music, graduating with Distinction.
In 1999, Hancock was the winner of the Silent Sounds nationwide competition to be commissioned to re-score music for the 1920s Hollywood silent feature film Lucky Star. The score was premiered live with the film by the Tempus Chamber Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall on 23 February 2001.
Hancock was a full-time in-house composer for London-based music production company Mcasso Music between 1999 and 2005, during which time he composed and produced music for many national and international advertising campaigns. Whilst at Mcasso, Hancock scored his first two television series: The Lampies, a BBC animated children's series, and series 14 of the ITV drama London's Burning, including co-composing its new theme music. He also worked on incidental music for Aardman's Creature Comforts TV series, and themes and scores for ITV's Challenge of a Lifetime, Guinness World Records, and the reality series Reborn in the USA.

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