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Dominy Clements

Dominy Clements was born in Newport, Monmouthshire in 1964. He trained as a flautist through the excellent South Wales music education system, and subsequently at the Royal Academy of Music in London ( He studied flute with Gareth Morris and Richard Taylor, and composition with Christopher Brown and Edward Gregson, following this with two years study with Louis Andriessen and Gilius van Bergeijk at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague ( He has won several awards as a composer, and has work published by Donemus ( the Experimental Music Catalogue (, Edition DB (, and his piece 'Extant-Extinct' is to be found on issue UP16 on the Unknown Public label ( He currently works at the Royal Conservatoire as manager of the Podiumbureau, as head of department for the Trias centre for the arts in Voorburg (, and as a freelance musician in The Netherlands and abroad. He performs with Duo Hofinger (piano and flute), trio Lautareasca ( and plays subcontrabass flute (see photo) with the Netherlands Flute Orchestra ( He has recently added writing to his creative output and has had a number of stories published. This came about largely in order to avoid the agony of having to find musicians willing to play, and concert halls willing to programme new music. One day, he promises to finish his own website (


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