Charles Mauleverer is an award-winning composer, film composer, performer, and collaborator, who harnesses the power of music to tell stories that matter.
Following a music exhibition to Winchester College, he read music at Oxford University, studying with Robert Saxton, Guy Newbury, and Ryan Wigglesworth, before winning a scholarship to study for a masters at the Royal College of Music in London, where his teachers included Jo Horovitz, Alison Kay and Ken Hesketh. As part of his masters degree, he studied for an Erasmus semester at the Filmuniversitaet Babelsberg whilst living in Berlin.
Charles has had his music performed and recorded by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, John Wilson, the BBC Singers, Adrian Brendel, Craig Ogden, the Babelsberg Film Orchestra, the South Czech Philharmonic, the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Jersey Chamber Orchestra, and the Prague Symphonic Ensemble amongst others.
Films, documentaries and adverts featuring his music have been shown at festivals around the world from Jersey Shore to Cannes.
Recordings and performances at Abbey Road Studios, the National Portrait Gallery, Maida Vale, King's Place, Air Studios, Slovak Radio, RSNO Glasgow, Winchester Cathedral and Smecky Studios in Prague, with broadcasts on Classic FM and the BBC.
Charles has assisted on a number of film, TV and concert works, including shows for Sky, HBO, the BBC and other Hollywood productions including ‘Hostiles’ starring Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike.
In 2015-16, Charles completed his first symphony 'ONE HOME: An Environmental Symphony' and in 2017-18 completed a Second Symphony about the First World War entitled 'TWO BROTHERS’. In 2021-22, a new symphony entitled ‘FIVE CURIOSITIES’ was completed and recorded by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, and is scheduled for release in 2023.
He lives in Jersey and is training for the next stone-skimming world championships.