Edward Nesbit’s works have been performed by many of the UK’s leading orchestras and ensembles, including the London Sinfonietta, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Britten Sinfonia, London Symphony Orchestra and Philharmonia Orchestra. His work has been performed at venues across the UK including Wigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Barbican Hall, and has been broadcast numerous times on BBC Radio 3. Further afield, his work has been performed by the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra and at the Verbier, Tanglewood and Aldeburgh festivals.

His first portrait CD, Sacred Choral Music, was released by Delphian Records in 2022 with Ruby Hughes and the Choir of King’s College London conducted by Joseph Fort. The CD was chosen as Gramophone Editor’s Choice and featured in Choir and Organ magazine.

Born in 1986, Edward Nesbit studied at the University of Cambridge, Guildhall School of Music & Drama and King’s College London, with composers including Julian Anderson and Sir George Benjamin. He is a lecturer in composition at King’s College London.