Judith Weir

Born: 1954

Judith Weir succeeded Sir Peter Maxwell Davies as Master of the Queen's Music in 2014, the first female composer to hold the position in history. Weir studied composition with Sir John Tavener and Robin Holloway, and is particularly noted as a composer of opera, her works include A Night at the Chinese Opera, The Vanishing Bridegroom and Blond Eckbert.

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