David Sutton-Anderson

Adjunct Associate Professor


Composer, conductor, pianist


Music in London


David Sutton-Anderson has been teaching at Notre Dame London since 1997. A graduate of the Royal College of Music, he taught composition and musicianship at RCM for sixteen years and is currently a lecturer at the School of Media and Performing Arts, Middlesex University. His works have been performed at venues including the Sydney Opera House, the Linbury Theatre, Royal Opera House, Southbank Centre, Westminster Cathedral, and Colourscape Festival. He recently collaborated with playwright Mark Ravenhill on a production about the French Revolution for the University of the Arts Platform Theatre as composer and music director. He is co-director and conductor of the contemporary music group Sounds Positive.


Compositions published by ABRSM, Bardic Edition and Beartramka.

Articles by Sutton-Anderson have been published in, among others, the National Association of Music Educators Journal and the Lizst Society Journal. He has written album liner notes for Decca, CPO, Undercurrent and sfz labels.

12 Preludes for piano (2021) composed and performed by David Sutton-Anderson


Commercial releases on the Classicprint, Black Box, Oboe Classics, Regent Records, sfz, Undercurrent and Meridian labels and, as conductor, on NMC.