Geraint is an award-winning composer, writer, musical director and pianist from Cardiff. He studied at the University of Cambridge, and has received training at the Young Vic, the National Theatre, and piano tuition at the Birmingham Conservatoire. He is also an accomplished music transcriber, and accompanist for classical, choral, and musical theatre repertoire.
Geraint is currently working on the new musical Branwen: Dadeni for the Wales Millennium Centre, co-produced by Fran Wen, as Musical Director and Supervisor. He was recently the Associate Musical Director on the UK tour of My Fair Lady, direct from Broadway and the London Coliseum with the ENO.
As a pianist and accompanist, Geraint has played at venues including Cadogan Hall, Theatre Royal Drury Lane, the Adelphi, the Dominion, Wales Millennium Centre, Llangollen International Eisteddfod, and multiple concerts with the London Musical Theatre Orchestra.
As a composer, his first musical Rust, co-written with Helena Fox which he also directed, explored addiction, recovery, and mental health services, and won the Derek Award for Best Musical when it opened at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019. His most recent commission was Queerway, a song cycle derived from interviews with queer people living in the Rhondda Cynon Taf. He is currently developing the verbatim musical Vox Pop, which follows the people of Cardiff in the General Election of 2019. Other composing credits include the 27 second chain project (Bali International Film Festival) and The Gingerbread Man (the Cambridge Footlights pantomime).
Directing credits include: Welsh of the West End (televised concert for S4C at BBC Studios), Much Ado About Nothing (European Tour), Manhunt (Underbelly, Edinburgh Fringe), Session 12 (Showface Festival), The Producers (ADC Theatre), and The Revlon Girl (Brickhouse/ADC Theatre).
Musical Director credits include: XXXmas Carol (Wales Millennium Centre), Little Sausage (Drayton Arms Theatre), Spring Awakening (Edinburgh Fringe) and Junior Eurovision: Search for a Star (S4C). Assistant Director credits include: Snow White (Leicester Square Theatre) and Much Ado About Nothing (Cambridge Arts Theatre).