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Nicholas Buc is a composer, arranger, conductor, violinist and pianist. He studied Composition with Brenton Broadstock at the University of Melbourne, where he received the inaugural Fellowship of Australian Composers Award. As well as being in demand as a freelance composer and arranger, Nicholas teaches Composition at Scotch College, Hawthorn.

Nicholas has made quite a name for himself in the Melbourne
music scene. He is regularly commissioned and some
of his works have been premiered by the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir, The Australian Voices (2005 Composer-in-Residence), the Melbourne Youth Orchestra, and the 2005 Combined Schools Music Festival Orchestra & Chorus. He also writes for film and television, and has co-founded the company Composure - a joint venture with composer Hugh Crosthwaite - which has a focus on creating a unique musical voice for film, television and other multimedia projects. In 2007, his ballet music for the Australian feature film Let Me Not was nominated for "Best Original Song Composed for the Screen" in the 2007 APRA-AGSC Screen Music Awards.

Recently, Nicholas was conductor/arranger for Tina Arenas concert tour of Melbourne & Sydney, writing new orchestral arrangements for many of her old hits. He also provided the score for Almost Maine, the first ever live-theatre piece to be performed at Village Cinemas, Jam Factory.

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