Huw Warren

Welsh pianist and composer Huw Warren has achieved an international reputation for innovative and eclectic music making over a thirty-year career. He is currently a senior jazz tutor at RWCMD, and Head of Jazz Ensembles at Cardiff University.

His best known projects are Dialektos, Hermeto+, 100s of Things a Boy Can Make; (Infinite Riches in a Little Room; Perfect Houseplants; A Barrel Organ Far from Home, and a long standing collaboration with singer June Tabor. He has also performed and collaborated with a wide array of musicians including: Mark Feldman, Peter Herbert, Joanna Macgreggor; Iain Ballamy; Kenny Wheeler; Jim Black; Theo Bleckmann; Neil Yates; Lleuwen Steffan; Pamela Thorby; Mose Se Fan; Erik Truffaz, and Thomas Strønen .

Awarded the BBC Jazz award for Innovation, and the Arts Council Wales' Creative Wales Award, he has also written for many ensembles including Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Welsh Chamber Orchestra; RSC; LPO Renga ensemble; National Youth Brass Band of Wales; The Orlando Consort; Ensemble Plus; Koch Ensemble, and Tango Siempre. Recent activity has seen him working with artists from other fields such as choreographer Chloe Loftus, visual artist Catrin Williams and photographer David Woodfall.