Kevin Leomo

  • Composer

Kevin is a Scottish-Filipino composer of experimental music, pursuing a PhD at the University of Glasgow. Kevin’s work explores liminality in cross-cultural practice as well as fragility and the space between sound and silence. 

His music has been performed by The Hermes Experiment, Ensemble Okeanos, Tacet(i) Ensemble, Glasgow New Music Expedition, Atlas Ensemble, Society for New Korean Music, Red Note Ensemble, and Psappha Ensemble.

In 2017, Kevin graduated from the University of Glasgow with an MMus by research, completed under the supervision of Professor Bill Sweeney and Dr. Jane Stanley. He is currently undertaking practice-based doctoral studies with Dr. Jane Stanley and Dr. Drew Hammond. He has presented his work at events including: British Forum for Ethnomusicology and Royal Musical Association joint Research Students’ Conference, Sound Thought, Debussy in 2018: A Centenary Celebration, University of Glasgow College of Arts Postgraduate Conference, and Explorathon (European Researchers’ Night).

Kevin has participated in composition courses such as: impuls Academy, International Composition Institute Thailand, Atlas Lab at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, International Percussion Institute Sound Lab, Irish Composition Summer School, OBF Composers Symposium, Longy School of Music Divergent Studio, and Psappha Ensemble’s Composing for Flute and Sitar schemes.