Laurence Osborn (b. 1989) is a British composer based in London. Laurence Osborn's music has been commissioned and/or programmed by the London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Ensemble Modern, Britten Sinfonia, The Riot Ensemble, Manchester Collective, Mahogany Opera Group, CHROMA, The Berkeley Ensemble, The English National Ballet, The Hebrides Ensemble, and Ensemble 360, along with performers Sarah Dacey, Mahan Esfahani, Bartosz Glowacki, Zubin Kanga, Lore Lixenberg, and Michael Petrov. His music has been programmed throughout the UK, at venues such as The Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, The Royal Opera House, The Wigmore Hall, Kings Place, LSO St Luke's, St Martin- In-The-Fields, Milton Court, Wilton's Music Hall, Britten Studio (Aldeburgh), The National Portrait Gallery, The Holywell Music Room (Oxford), The Crucible Theatre (Sheffield), Kettle’s Yard (Cambridge), and at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival (where he was an International Showcase Artist), St Magnus International Festival, Music in the Round Festival, and Ulverston International Music Festival. His music has also been programmed throughout Europe, such as at Festival Présences (Paris), Alteoper Frankfurt, November Music Festvial (Den Bosch), The Georg Solti Hall (Budapest). Laurence's music has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, Resonance FM, and Deutschlandfunk Kultur. His music has also been released on Resonus Classics, and Coviello Classics.
For Mahogany Opera: The Mother.