Jonathan Daglish

Jonathan joined South West Music School in 2018 in the composition programme, mentored and inspired by jazz flautist and Loose Tubes founding member Eddie Parker. Through South West Music School, Jonathan was able to partake in a wide range of opportunities including residential music schools and workshops, helping to build the foundations of becoming a more collaborative musician and encouraging him to develop a wider style in composition.

After finishing South West Music School in 2019, Jonathan started on his undergraduate degree at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in composition and creative music technology. Since 2019, Jonathan has built up a portfolio of commercial projects with some of the biggest names in the music industry. These include Native Instruments, the European Association of Conservatoires, Universal Production Music, Jordan Rees (Soul1917) and Ty Cerdd.

In addition to continuing his undergraduate career, Jonathan currently is a product development manager at Audio Imperia, coordinating and allocating resources towards the creation of virtual instruments used by film, games and television composers including Charlie Clouser, Lorne Balfe and Steve Jablonsky. Jonathan has helped to coordinate and lead projects with Budapest Scoring, Capellen Production Music (Two Steps from Hell) and Scott Michael Smith (ShazamIT: Chapter 2).
As of 2022, Jonathan is in his third year at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and looking forward to the musical opportunities that lie ahead.


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