"Finn Anderson’s score is beautifully hypnotic… it is the perfect soundtrack to accompany the highs and lows of this intergalactic adventure."

(Children's Theatre Reviews on Moonfall)

"Finn Anderson, whose wonderful and original compositions create so much of the magic in this play." 

(A Younger Theatre on Jellyfish)

“it is Finn Anderson’s music and its delivery which really sets this apart”

(All Edinburgh Theatre on Islander)

Composer Credits:

Theatre

Islander (Mull Theatre, 2018)

A Mother’s Song (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland/American Music Theatre Project, 2018)

A Night To Remember (Citizens Theatre, 2018)

Look Up (Hikapee Circus Theatre, outdoor touring, 2018)

One More Sleep 'til Christmas (Citizens Theatre, 2017)

Buckets (Citizens Young Co, Citizens Theatre, 2017)

The Box of Odd Shoes (Scottish Youth Theatre, An Lanntair 2017)

Islander (director Amy Draper & writer Stewart Melton, work-in-progress, 2017)

Moonfall (Hikapee Circus Theatre, Jackson's Lane 2017)

Jellyfish (Intrepid Ensemble, Pleasance Courtyard Edinburgh / The Vaults London, 2016)

Forbidden (Scottish Youth Theatre, 2016)

The Birds (Citizens Young Co, Citizens Theatre, 2016)

Southside Stories (Citizens Young Co, Citizens Theatre / Traverse Theatre, 2015)

Streets (Interval Productions, The Cockpit / Hackney Empire / The Vaults, 2013-2015)

Alba (Finn Anderson, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 2014)

The Iguanodon Queen (Bush Theatre, 2014)

Slingshot (Park Theatre, 2014)

Foreplay (The Cockpit, 2014)

Open Wide (Open Wide Collective, 2013)

Wolf (Finn Anderson, Tristan Bates Theatre, 2013)

Dance

Empathy (Scottish Dance Theatre, Do Your Thing, Perth Concert Hall, 2017)

The Suffocating Truth (UnTitled / Lukas McFarlane, UK Tour 2016-17)

Adrift (Scottish Dance Theatre, Do Your Thing, Great Big Dance Show, 2015)

The Gloaming (Scottish Dance Theatre, Do Your Thing, Great Big Dance Show, 2014)

Pretty Lies (Dancers United, Lukas McFarlane, 2013)

Do Your Thing (Scottish Dance Theatre, Do Your Thing, Great Big Dance Show, 2013)

Sub Rosa (Scottish School of Contemporary Dance, Andrew Gardiner, 2012)

Film, Video & Animation

Spite Your Face (Rachel Maclean, Barry-Crerar, Venice Biennale, 2017)

Arc Film Festival Promo (Arc International Film Festival, 2017)

It's What's Inside That Counts (Rachel Maclean, HOME Manchester / Tate, 2016)

Feed Me (Rachel Maclean, Film & Video Umbrella, 2015)

Dancing Nina (Slava Lawson, Duncan of Jordanstone, 2013)

Edinburgh Online Fashion Week (2014)

Affectionately Yours (Tricia Anderson, Duncan of Jordanstone, 2013)