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Grammy award winner, Tony, Emmy & Olivier nominated arranger, composer, producer, conductor and trumpeter, Steve Sidwell, has featured on numerous albums, television shows, advertising campaigns and films with his distinctive and innovative orchestrations and compositions.

Within the last two years Steve has produced and arranged three of the top selling UK albums for artists Bradley Walsh (Chasing Dreams & When You're Smiling) and Sheridan Smith (Sheridan).

Steve's latest project is MD for Her Majesty The Queen's Birthday Party at the Royal Albert Hall.

Television Commissions include

The 79th Academy Awards; The London 2012 Olympics Closing Ceremony; The Rugby World Cup Opening Ceremony; The BBC Music Awards; The Voice UK Series 1 & 2; Robbie Williams Live At The Albert Hall; Children In Need Rocks; and Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway.

Theatre Credits include

Orchestrating Beautiful: The Musical; The Christmasaurus; Bat Out Of Hell; We Will Rock You; Made In Dagenham; Our House; and Daddy Cool.

Film Credits include

Moulin Rouge; Romeo & Juliet; Bridget Jones' Diary; Teachers Pet; Spongebob Squarepants; and Finding Nemo.

Album Credits include

The orchestration and conducting of Robbie Williams' multi-platinum selling album 'Swing Both Ways' and 'Swing When Your Winning'. Recent projects include arranging and conducting for Elvis Presley & Roy Orbison (Symphonic), Aretha Franklin, Udo Lindenberg, Helene Fisher, Gregory Porter, Jeff Beck, Seal, Brian May, Bradley Walsh and Dame Shirley Bassey.

Advertising Campaigns include

The award winning Honda Choir, EE, Honda Illusions, Stella Artois, Guinness, M&S Christmas, Virgin Holidays, Nokia, Heineken, Orange, Bounty, Dulux, Lotto, Walkers, McDonalds, Supernoodles, Coca Cola and Capital Radio.

Recording Credits include

Robbie Williams; George Michael; Paul McCartney; Sir Mick Jagger; Mark Knopfler; Amy Winehouse; Snow Patrol; Lily Allen; James Bay; Hozier; Faithless; Cheryl Cole; Muse; Dizzy Rascal; Mika; Take That; Annie Lennox; Leona Lewis; Tom Jones; Sting; Elton John; The Feeling; McFly; Will Young; Bryan Ferry; Joss Stone; Eric Clapton; Rod Stewart; Stevie Wonder; Gregory Porter; Ellie Goulding; Jess Glyne; The Who; Ian Dury; Wet Wet Wet; Charlie Watts; Henry Mancini; and Michael Nyman.