Thomas Metcalf (b.1996) is a composer and DPhil candidate in Music at Oxford University (Worcester College), where he is researching the transformation of graphical spaces into determinately–notated music – currently focused on Xenakis, Dallapiccola, Dusapin, and Martyn Harry.

Beginning his composition training with Robert Saxton at Oxford in 2014; Thomas subsequently achieved a first–class BA in Music and an MSt in Composition with distinction, winning the Orlando Prize for Composition in 2018 and the Oxford University Music Society Composition Prize in 2019

Thomas’s works have been performed by a wide variety of ensembles, such as the ANIMA Collective, BBC Singers, Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Oxford Philharmonic, and the Villiers Quartet.

Alongside composing, Thomas is currently a tutor for Worcester College and Greene’s Tutorial College, Oxford.