Oliver Vibrans


Oliver Vibrans

Composer and Sound Designer

For the New Vic: The Pitmen Painters.

Theatre credits include: Burnt at the Stake (Shakespeare’s Globe); Duet for One, The Solid Life of Sugar Water (The Orange Tree, Richmond); The Secret Garden (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds); Oliver Twist (Leeds Playhouse and Ramps on the Moon); Rutherford & Sons (Sheffield Theatres); The Merchant of Venice (Stafford Shakespeare Festival); The Tempest (Royal Exchange); Out of the Dark (Rose Theatre Kingston); Edward II (Cambridge Arts Theatre).

Other credits include: Treading Water (commissioned by the BBC Philharmonic and BBC Radio 3); Music And Mediation Podcast Series (music for BBC Sounds, performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra); More Up (a piece for Chamber orchestra and electronics for The Halle, BBC Philharmonic and The Able Orchestra, winner of an Ivor Novello award, nominated for a Royal Philharmonic Society award 2020); Suspended Dance (BBC Radio 3, part of the Composers Postcard Project); Reinventing the Orchestra (music for two episodes of Charles Hazlewood’s landmark documentary for Sky Arts with Paraorchestra); Trip the Light Fantastic (the reopening concert at the Bristol Beacon in collaboration with electronic artist Surgeons Girl). 

Oliver Vibrans is an Ivor Novello award winning Composer, Producer and Sound Designer based in the UK. Oliver has composed music for the concert hall, theatre, film, art installations and radio.