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Roxanna Panufnik (born 1968) is a Britishmarker composer of Polishmarker heritage. She is the daughter of the composer and conductor Sir Andrzej Panufnik.

Since studying composition at London's Royal Academy of Music, Panufnik has since written a wide range of pieces including opera, ballet, music theatre, choral works, chamber compositions and music for film and television which are regularly performed all over the world.

Among her most widely performed works are Westminster Mass, commissioned for Westminster Cathedral Choir on the occasion of Cardinal Hume's 75th birthday, The Music Programme, an opera for Polish National Opera's millennium season which received its UK premiere at the BOC Covent Garden Festival, and settings for solo voices and orchestra of Vikram Seth's Beastly Tales - the first of which was commissioned by the BBC for Patricia Rozario and City of London Sinfonia.

Other recent compositions include her critically acclaimed harp concerto Powers & Dominions, Letters from Burma for oboist Douglas Boyd and the Vellinger String Quartet, Leda, a ballet for English National Ballet and Wratislavia Cantans, and Abraham, a violin concerto commissioned by Savannah Music Festival for Daniel Hope, incorporating Christian, Islamic and Jewish music.

Panufnik's compositions have been recorded by many companies including Warner Classics and EMI Classics.

2008/9 sees no less than 18 premieres in nine different countries, including artists such as the Mobius Ensemble, Tasmin Little with the Orchestra of the Swan, The Sixteen, the Dante Quartet, and the choir of King's College Cambridgemarker, plus an interfaith prelude with a Jerusalem premiere given by Valery Gergiev and the World Orchestra for Peace.

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