Oliver Lewin, composer

Oliver Lewin (b. 1991) is a composer from Los Angeles, CA. He studied composition under David Loeb, and also under Leo Edwards, at the New School’s Mannes School of Music in New York City. Beyond composition, he also studied ethnomusicology, with focuses on music from Asia, Latin America, and Australia. At The New School, Lewin also had the opportunity to take courses at Parsons School of Design, and was able to realize his passion for musical installations and sound art. While in New York, Oliver studied turntablism under DJ Rob Swift. Recently, Lewin’s “Dialogues for two violins” was performed throughout Los Angeles as a part of the Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra concert series. Outside of music, Oliver is a supporter of the Los Angeles Clippers and Chelsea Football Club. He has scored award-winning short films, videogames, and films. His favorite composer is J.S. Bach.