Sam Hall is a Kent based composer, musical director/supervisor, arranger/orchestrator and musician currently working as a Music Manager for Andrew Lloyd Webber's company, The Really Useful Group. He studied classical composition at the Royal College of Music as a scholar with illustrious composer Mark Anthony Turnage. He has had his music performed by world renown orchestras and musicians in venues including the Royal Opera House, the South Bank Centre and Rochester Cathedral.
In September 2018, Sam had his new musical 'Smoke' (book by Darren Rapier) performed as part of the 'From Page to Stage' showcase at the Southwark Playhouse. In May 2016, Sam's short comic opera 'Killer Graphics,' (libretto by Darren Rapier), was performed at the Britten Theatre, South Kensington, by members of the RCM Opera School. Sam wrote his first musical when he was 13, ‘Peter Pan a Rock Fantasy’ which had various performances including the Orchard Theatre, Dartford.
As well as writing for theatre, Sam also writes for film and contemporary dance, working closely with up and coming choreographer Richard Chappell. Sam also works freelance as an orchestrator for a number of west end stars, including Emma Hatton and in late 2017 for Lee Mead’s album ‘Lee Mead – 10 Years’. Sam’s next writing project is an epic musical about Viking feminism which he hopes to complete in 2020. Sam will be spending much of 2019 travelling the world as a Music Supervisor on the international touring production of School Of Rock, and he's looking forward to returning to Sevenoaks once again, to work on Aladdin at the Stag Sevenoaks.