James Freeman was born in the UK and studied Music at Cambridge University. He began his musical career as a chorister at York Minster Cathedral in England. Since then, he has become a proficient pianist, horn player and composer. His music has been performed in numerous prestigious venues, including the Royal Albert Hall in London, to audiences in excess of 6000. In 2005, James earned the title 'Young Composer of the Year' in the UK. Since then, he has continued to compose both instrumental and choral works in a broad range of compositional styles, from Minimalism to Neo-Romanticism.