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Huw Warren was born on 18 May, 1962, is a Musician. Discover Huw Warren’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?
|Age||58 years old|
|Born||18 May 1962|
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Huw Warren Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Huw Warren worth at the age of 58 years old? Huw Warren’s income source is mostly from being a successful Musician. He is from . We have estimated Huw Warren’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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|Source of Income||Musician|
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- Huw Warren was born on 18 May, 1962, is a Musician.
- He is not dating anyone.
- We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged.
- According to our Database, He has no children. He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19.
- Huw Warren’s income source is mostly from being a successful Musician.
- He is from .
- We have estimated Huw Warren’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
Timeline of Huw Warren
In 2019, Warren released 2 albums for the Italian label CAM Jazzincluding a new trio album “Everything in Between” with Dudley Phillips and Zoot Warren, and a live duo “New Day” with saxophonist Mark Lockheart
In 2018 Warren released a solo piano album Nocturnes and Visions on the Maizeh Music label.
Nocturnes and Visions Maizeh Music 2018 Solo Piano
‘Nightfall (ECM Records) Quercus 2017 (trio including June Tabor and Iain Ballamy)
As the trio Quercus (with June Tabor and Iain Ballamy Warren has recorded 2 albums for ECM including co producing with the legendary Manfred Eicher Quercus was released in 2013 and won the German Critics Album of the Year award. “Nightfall” was released in 2017
Dialektos – Maria Pia de Vito and Huw Warren 2008 (Parco Della Musica)
Everything We Love and More – Huw Warren and Peter Herbert 2006 (Babel)
Brillanza – Waltraud Koettler, Huw Warren, Peter Herbert 2007 (Extraplatte)
Duw a Wyr – Huw Warren and Lleuwen Steffan – 2005 (Sain/Babel)
100’s of Things a Boy Can Make – with Mark Feldman 2003 (Babel)
Infinite Riches in a Little Room – solo piano 2001 (Babel)
A Barrel Organ Far from Home – mixed ensemble1997 (Babel)
Perfect Houseplants – Perfect Houseplants AH UM (1992)
Clec – Perfect Houseplants −1994 (EFZ)
Snap Clatter – Perfect Houseplants 1997 (Linn)
New Folk Songs – Perfect Houseplants 2000 (Linn)
Extempore – Perfect Houseplants+The Orlando Consort 1999 (Linn)
Extempore 2 – Perfect Houseplants+The Orlando Consort 2002 (Harmonia Mundi USA)
An Echo of Hooves – June Tabor 2004 (topic)
Busy Listening -Steve Arguelles Quintet– 1998 (Babel)
East Meets West – Billy Jenkins’ Voice of God Collective+Fun Horns of Berlin 1998 (Babel)
2011: Gladrags. Big band/large jazz ensemble, commissioned by Farnham Festival 2011.
2010: The Brecon Project. Collaboration with Erik Truffaz, Sura Susso, Paula Gardiner. and Simon Thorne. Performed at Brecon Jazz, 2010.
2010: Tilt. Commissioned by classical jazz mixed ensemble “New Perspectives”. First performance at Leasowes Bank Arts Festival, July 2011
Warren did live broadcasts for Radio 3, including duos with Peter Herbert and John Parricelli. Warren performed in another live special, Late Junction, with June Tabor, as well as the Radio 3 60th anniversary concert with Perfect Houseplants. Other live performances include: The Radio Wales Arts Show special interview with Nichola Heywood Thomas, Late Junction 10th anniversary live special (2010), and Hermeto+ live for Jazz on 3 (2010) with Dudley Phillips, Iain Ballamy, Maria Pia de Vito, and Martin France.
Huw Warren was the co-leader and founder of the jazz quartet Perfect Houseplants, with Mark Lockheart, Dudley Phillips, and Martin France. Perfect Houseplants have recorded five albums for various labels (including the Scottish label Linn) and produced collaborative projects with early music artists such as Andrew Manze, Pamela Thorby, and the Orlando Consort. Warren has had a long and continuing collaboration with English singer June Tabor as her arranger and musical director. To date, they have recorded 10 albums, have toured worldwide, and produced large scale projects with the Creative Jazz orchestra and the LPO Renga ensemble. Warren and Tabor were featured in Phillip King’s Freedom Highway film and the Daughter’s of Albion project recorded in 2009 by BBC Four.
2009: Hermeto… Jazz/Art Project. Collaboration with artist Catrin Williams at Galeri Caernarfon.
2008: Brace. Dance collaboration with Choreographer Chloe Loftus (prsf new steps in music)
2007: Open. Piano piece for Elena Riu and Boosey & Hawkes. This piece was included in the 2013/2014 ABRSM Grade 6 syllabus.
2006: This is Now!. Multi-media work for Orchestra Helclecs, featuring John Parricelli, Lleuwen Steffan and Nobsta Nuts. Funded by the Arts Council of Wales ‘Creative Wales’ Award.
2006: Strung Out. Double violin concerto, Welsh Chamber Orchestra and Beaumaris Festival/PRSF.
2006: In the Beginning/Slippery. Welsh Jazz Composers Orchestra/ACW.
Warren appeared in the BBC4 Sessions with June Tabor, and later with Jools Holland in the S4C Documentary (Sioe Celf) about the making of Duw y Wyr with Lleuwen Steffan. Warren also appeared in the Brecon Jazz Festival (2006), a BBC4 documentary “Jazz Pianists”, as well as a S4C 25th anniversary program about Brecon Jazz in 2007.
2005: Soldier, Shepherd, Sailor. June Tabor and The LPO Renga Ensemble.
2005: New Welsh Stories. Big Band suite, commissioned by Cerdd William Mathias, with funds made available from the PRS Foundation.
Warren arranged and produced a Welsh Hymn Project in 2004, Duw A Wyr (God only Knows) with singer Lleuwen Steffan, which received media exposure on radio and TV in Wales, including a S4C documentary about the making of the album. He has also worked extensively with partner Maria Lamburn, co-producing 3 albums with her and setting up Maizeh Music.
2004: Tangled. New piece for Tango Siempre, commissioned by Corsham Music Festival, Wiltshire. (violin, accordion, double bass, piano)
Pulse -Huw Warren/Peter Whyman/Peter Fairclough 2004 (FMR)
2003: Railway Mania commissioned by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, for performance in October 2004. (children’s choir and mixed ensemble)
2002: I am the Song commissioned by Tauntons Sixth form college choir (Southampton), and performed at the National Festival of Music for Youth at the Royal Festival Hall.
2001: Shout/Greens commissioned by the ABRSM for the Jazz Horns syllabus
2001: Still Hearing You arrangement for the Palladium ensemble as an encore piece (recorder, violin, viola da gamba, and theorbo)
2000: Lullaby, Exit, Bear for 13 piece ensemble commissioned by RSC millennium project.
1999, Mar: Take the Fire score for new adaptation of Jean Cocteau monologues at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith. Performed by actress Amanda Harris and commissioned by TOYE productions. (solo piano)
1999, Nov: New Folk Songs suite of pieces for contemporary Jazz ensemble, based on traditional music from East Anglia, commissioned by Andrew Milne award/Eastern Arts for performances by Perfect Houseplants.
1999: Left a Bit new music for piano and two percussionists/electronics commissioned by Eccentric Management with funds from the Arts Council of England for performance in Berlin and England.
1998: Riot commissioned by Piano Circus with funds from the Arts Council of England. (6 pianos)
1998: A Quiet Eye new arrangements and compositions for June Tabor and a large ensemble commissioned by the Creative Jazz Orchestra with funds from the National Lottery. (voice, piano, viola, 5 brass, 3 reeds)
1998, Nov: Steamboat Bill Jnr new score for classic Buster Keaton movie commissioned by Birmingham Jazz for performance at Birmingham International Film and TV Festival (guitar, piano, saxophone, bass, percussion)
Between 1997 and 2005, Warren worked closely with UK jazz label Babel, who released 5 albums of his music.
1997: Swing Fun/Yokate commissioned by the ABRSM for their Jazz Piano exam syllabus. (solo piano)
1997: Caterpillar commissioned by Curiad, for the school’s songbook Cantabile – contemporary songs by living Welsh composers. (voice and piano)
Huw Warren was born in Swansea, West Glamorgan and grew up on the Gower peninsula. He attended Gowerton Comprehensive School from 1973 until 1980. Warren’s early musical experiences were as a cellist in the West Glamorgan Youth Orchestra and then as an organist in the working men’s clubs of South Wales. He left Wales in 1980 to study at Goldsmiths, University of London, where he studied piano with experimental pianist John Tilbury and became involved in both the jazz and avant-garde scenes. Warren studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama from 1983 until 1984 before starting a freelance career. In 1993, Warren relocated to Snowdonia, North Wales, where he lives to this day.
Huw Warren (born 18 May 1962) is a Welsh jazz pianist and composer whose work crosses several genres.