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Phil Lawrence To Launch New Web Site

Composer Phil Lawrence is set launch his new web site on May 5.
Phil is currently working on S.N.U.B feature film from Gary Mavers & Alice Henley (from BBC's 'Rome' drama series). The film, which was shot on the new Sony cam, which will be featured in Cannes on the Sony yacht, with Cowboys & Indians Shepperton Studios.
Phil is also signed for a second contract for a second feature starring Ray Winston & Raj Kapur in a "East Meets West" 'Bend it Like Beckham' style UK comedy with six former England footballers.
Phil will also appear at Cannes at a live film orchestra concert conducting a suite from one of his film scores on May 16th in Antibes. Last summer he had a home-coming concert/commission at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.
His new concerto for trumpet won him a British Academy Nomination in conjunction with BBC Radio 3 in 2004. Other nominations in this same category were Sir Peter Maxwell Davis & Sir Harrison Birtwistle & Judith Bingham.
The new web-site, at:, will go live on May 5.

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