Mark Glentworth studied percussion at the Royal Northern College of Music, and graduated in 1980.
He then went on to study as a postgraduate in Wurzburg, and it was in that same year that
his vibraphone piece Blues for Gilbert was published. Following that, he returned
to London to freelance and started a world tour with The Fires of London (Sir Peter
Maxwell Daviesí ensemble). Since then he has played with many different ensembles
including the London Sinfonietta and BBC Symphony Orchestra. He is also active as a
composer, and has been working closely with Steven Berkoff, the actor and play-write,
writing and performing music for his plays on the stage and also for television and radio
at both at home and abroad. He is part of a production team writing for pop acts and
artists and has recently completed his second vibraphone solo piece which is soon to be
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