Originally hailing from North Somerset, Amy Summers is a British composer whose musical focus is mainly within the film and choral sectors. Her music collectively draws upon her experiences within different creative settings including choral music, sound design, dance, theatre and film.
Amy's recent scoring projects include the short film Every Morning (2022, dir. Kelly Lohman), which won her Best Original Score at the Indie Shorts Fest (January 2023) and Best Composer at the LA Independent Women Film Awards. Amy also co-scored the upcoming documentary A Case For Love (upcoming 2023, dir. Brian Ide) with composer Nami Melumad and is currently scoring her first solo feature-length score for the dark comedy Anxious (upcoming 2023, dir. Nida Chowdhry).
Other activities include midi & score preparation for movies including The Gentlemen (Netflix, upcoming 2023), Greatest Days (2023) and Mr Malcolm's List (2022).
Choral & Organ
Amy choral and organ music has been recorded, performed and commissioned by a wide range of ensembles and individuals including BBC Singers, Anna Lapwood, Exultate Singers, City of Bristol Choir, St Cecilia Chorus, The Ladies' College Guernsey, St Peter’s Singers, Ludlow English Song Festival, and Nottingham Cathedral Choir, where she previously held the position of Composer-in-Residence. Her music has also been broadcast on BBC Radio 3 & 4 and published by Oxford University Press, Royal School of Church Music, Multitude of Voyces, Stainer & Bell and White Light Publishing.