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Tecwyn Evans


Born: 1971


Born in Auckland, New Zealand in 1971, Tecwyn studied composition and conducting at the University of Otago under Jack Speirs, obtaining a 1st class Honours degree and a Masters degree with distinction, both in composition. In 1994, he won the Philip Neill Memorial Prize (with his organ work, Geräuschvoll) and several university awards including a postgraduate scholarship to undertake a Masters degree in composition.

Appointed Composer-in-Residence with the Dunedin Sinfonia in 1995 at the age of 23, he composed two works during his tenure – Sinfonietta for chamber orchestra (premiered in June 1995), and Symphony – Organ (premiered in July 1997). Two works, Score One and Sinfonietta, were performed at the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra's composition workshops in 1994 and 1996. He was also commissioned to write a fanfare to celebrate the Dunedin Sinfonia's 30th season - a work entitled Fires of Light.

His composition output aside from these orchestral works includes a string quartet, several works for organ, solo instrumental works (for clarinet and flute), solo vocal pieces and a number of a cappella choral works including Onward which has been performed by the NZ Secondary Students' Choir. His compositions have been performed in New Zealand, the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Republic and Hungary. As a conductor he made his professional conducting debut with the Dunedin Sinfonia in July 1997, and later that year he took up study on a Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarship at the University of Kansas where he studied conducting with Simon Carrington and Brian Priestman.

From 1999–2002 he was Chorus Master at Glyndebourne Festival Opera in the United Kingdom, and now freelances as a conductor and composer.

Composed (28)


for SATB choir, 3m

Cat on the Mat

for SSA choir, 3m


for organ, 13m

Elegy for my Grandfather

for baritone and piano, 5m

Every other day in sunshine

for solo percussion, 6m

Fires of Light

for orchestra, 3m


for organ, 6m

God be in my head

for SSAA choir, 2m

Heedless Conclusions

for SSAATBB choir, 8m

Hymn to the Virgin

for SSAA choir, 3m

I will betroth thee

for SATB choir, 1m

Lux Aeterna

for SSAA choir

My Father Today

for baritone and piano, 3m


for SATB choir, 3m

Point of Farewell

for SATB choir, 4m

Prayer in time of rain

for bass voice and piano, 5m

Psalm 100

for SATB choir, 3m

Quartet No. 1

for string quartet, 13m

Set me as a seal upon thine heart

for soprano and baritone, 2m


for chamber orchestra, 19m

Symphony - Organ

for orchestra and organ, 53m

The Graduate Fanfare

for brass ensemble

The Lamb

for SSAA choir, 4m

To see the world

for soprano and piano, 2m


for vocal octet, 1m

Where Is My Green Pasture?

for SATB choir, 3m

Performances (1)

Dunedin Symphony Orchestra | Tecwyn, Terence and Tom – Celebrating Matariki

__Tecwyn Evans__ | Conductor __Terence Dennis__ | Piano __Tom McGrath__ | Piano ___ __P...