Cliff Masterson

Arranger/Producer/Songwriter/Musical Director

Since graduating from the Royal Academy of Music in London, Cliff has been in demand as a composer, arranger, producer, musical director and songwriter. He has worked as an orchestrator and arranger with artists as diverse as Josh Groban, Kylie Minogue, Little Mix, Emeli Sandé, Tom Walker, Il Divo, Lionel Richie and Michael McDonald.  As a songwriter, Cliff co-wrote “Destiny” the theme song for the “Mission:Space” attraction at Walt Disney World’s EPCOT Center.

In his work to picture he has scored a number of films and conducted Hollywood movie scores including Jurassic World, Elvis, The Glass Onion, Doctor Strange, Hacksaw Ridge and Alien: Covenant.  Together with Steve Anderson he composed music for the London Olympics and produced the music for the opening of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Cliff is primarily based in London and has worked as a conductor with orchestras including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the BBC Concert Orchestra, the Vienna Symphonic, the CNSO and the London Session Orchestra, as well as the Nashville String Machine and orchestras in LA, Prague, Denmark and Oslo.

Steve Anderson

Producer/Songwriter/Musical Director/Remixer

Steve Anderson

Steve Anderson is best known for his work with Kylie Minogue having been her Musical Director since 1998 working on every tour and appearance including “Showgirl”, “Aphrodite – Les Folies”,  “The Queens Diamond Jubilee”  ,  The Olympics and Commonwealth Games  opening and closing ceremonies and her critically acclaimed tour “Golden”. He has also worked as Musical Director for Leona Lewis , Steps, Little Mix and Westlife as well as the orchestral spectaculars “Lush Classical” and “The Symphonic Sounds Of Back To Basics” with long term collaborator and arranger Cliff Masterson

He has produced, written and remixed songs for artists including Kylie , Take That, Delta Goodrem, Ella Henderson.Britney Spears, Susan Boyle ,Westlife, The Pet Shop Boys, Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney. Stage credits include The London production of “Rent” , “Some Girl I Used To Know” starring Denise Van Outen and the fabulous burlesque extravaganza “The Hurly Burly Show”

Most recently he has produced Hollywood star Luke Evans’ debut solo album “At Last”, as well as being Musical Director for Kylie’s groundbreaking Legends set at Glastonbury.

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