Pete M. Wyer is an award winning composer from England. He has created scores for the London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Juilliard, Welsh National Opera, BBC Television and the Royal Opera House
. He has written eight operas and music theatre works as well as many scores for modern dance and ballet. His iForest
installations have received more than 500,000 visitors and have been installed at New York Botanical Gardens, Brookfield Place and The Wild Center amongst many others.
Throughout his career, Pete has maintained a commitment to experimentation and innovation. His 2020 work ‘The Sky Beneath Our Feet’
immersive mapped 9 choirs of 8 voices each to physical locations, creating a score that uniquely combined pitch, rhythm, tone, dynamic and space. In 2009 his one-hour work for BBC Radio 3 with poet, Steve Dalachinsky ‘Insomnia Poems’, was selected for their ‘Best of 2009′
He has been a guest artist at NYU, Juilliard, Wesleyan, VCU and other universities and is a recipient of fellowships from MacDowell, Yaddo, BMC and Bogliasco.
Throughout his career, Pete has been recognized for visionary work, receiving numerous commissions from organizations across the UK and USA. Through his creation of Time Structured Mapping and innovations in spatial audio, he is widely regarded as one of the most pioneering composers of his generation.