Mon, 10 Jul 2017 15:50:18 GMT
Manners McDade has this week announced the signing of composer Miguel d’Oliveira for worldwide publishing.
Miguel d’Oliveira graduated with an MA in Composition for Film at the NFTS in 2007. After graduating, Miguel’s early commissions included a number of documentaries for television before he landed the job of scoring a five-part docudrama The Queen for Channel 4. Since then, Miguel has written music for documentary series The Bible: A History (Channel 4), Great Ormond Street (BBC1), Simon Schama’s Shakespeare (BBCW), and four editions of Cutting Edge. In 2016, Miguel scored The Met: Policing London (BBC), Joanna Lumley’s Siberian Train Adventure (BBC), and his seventh series of the hugely popular reality TV series First Dates. Most recently, he also wrote the music for First Dates Hotel (Channel 4) in which the First Dates team have upped-sticks and moved to the South of France for a Hotel version of the dating show.
Miguel joins the neo-classical roster at Manners McDade music publishing, specialising in new classical and electronic music since 2001, with artists including Nils Frahm, Poppy Ackroyd, Federico Albanese and Christian Löffler. Manners McDade also represents an exclusive list of composers writing for film and television, such as Nainita Desai, Ben Foster, Roger Goula and Vince Pope.