Tom Moss is a pianist, composer, arranger and music educator. On obtaining a music degree from Liverpool University, he went on to gain a Masters degree in Composition for Film and Screen at The London College of Music where he studied with Martin Ellerby.
After receiving a Vivian Ellis Award for new musical theatre, awarded by Don Black and Tim Rice, he has gone on to work extensively as a composer and MD in music theatre through-out the north west of England.
As a composer his commissioners include, BBC Radio 4 Drama, BBC Belfast, Studio music, North West Arts, Action Transport Theatre, De Wolfe Music, Arts in Regeneration, North West Arts, Cavendish music as well as being commissioned to compose numerous community music pieces.
His wind orchestra, brass band and chamber music pieces are published by Studio Music and his production/Library music, published by both DeWolfe music and Cavendish music (Boosey and Hawks library division) is broadcast nationally and internationally.
Tom's most recent commercial/production music TV credits include “Churchill's Body Guard” (Yesterday Channel) “Peaky Blinders” (Tiger Aspect for BBC) and “Match of the Day. (BBC)
Tom is fully committed to starting his PhD later next year. His research interests are in stylistic expertise in commercial and popular music.