Kevin Leomo

Creator, Educator, Project management/Production

Kevin Leomo is a Scottish-Filipino composer of experimental music undertaking a PhD in Music at the University of Glasgow, where he is exploring liminality as sonic fragility, silence, and cross-cultural practice.

Kevin is committee chair for Sound Thought, a student-run series promoting the practice and research of postgraduates working in sound and music. He is interested in education engagement, having completed outreach projects with the Scottish Young Composers Project, Sound Festival, and Chamber Music Scotland. He works as a Graduate Teaching Assistant, having recently been awarded ‘Best GTA’ in the SRC Student Teaching Awards.

Kevin is interested in decolonising the curriculum and embedding anti-racism within his teaching practice and wider HE settings. Kevin sits on the Students’ Representative Council as the Postgraduate Convenor for the College of Arts as well as the steering group of the Decolonising the Curriculum in the Time of Pandemic Collaborative Cluster. 



Residence/Main Office Glasgow
Contact email


Title Year composed Instrumentation Genre
at the still point 2021 Ensemble (no conductor)
limen 2020 Ensemble (no conductor)
near dark 2020 Ensemble (no conductor)
See the full list of works by Kevin Leomo


Date Title Venue
22 Jun 2023, 7 p.m. Suddenly. Everything feels - Works for Strings and Clarinet, Scottish Music Centre Scottish Music Centre, City Halls, Scotland, UK
24 Oct 2021, 11 a.m. Sound Festival Spotlight Gig: Stephanie Lamprea (Soprano) and James Banner (Double Bass) Aberdeen Art Gallery, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
8 Jun 2023, 8 p.m. McEwen Concert with Red Note Ensemble, University of Glasgow University of Glasgow Concert Hall, Glasgow, Scotland, UK

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