Rebecca Dale is a British composer whose work spans screen, theatre and concert hall. Awards and nominations include Best Score (Gold Medal, Global Music Awards 2015), Best Composer (Underwire Festival for Women in Film & TV 2014; also Bronze Medal, Global Music Awards 2015), Best Music (Corona Fastnet Film Festival 2014), Best Musical (The Online Film Festival 2015) and Best Arrangement (Voice Festival 2012, 2013). Her music has been recorded at Abbey Road and Air Studios, and broadcast on BBC Radio. She is an associate composer with the London Symphony Orchestra as part of its Soundhub scheme, an alumnus of the Adopt A Composer program (PRS/Making Music/Sound & Music in association with BBC Radio 3) and member of the BML musical theatre workshop. Assistant work includes The Program, Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom, BBC's The Paradise and Frozen Planet Live, and conducting at Abbey Road and the London Olympic Stadium. She has been mentored by Alex Heffes (Last King of Scotland) and Maurizio Malignini (BBC's Call The Midwife). She studied at the UK’s prestigious National Film & Television School, Oxford University (New College) and Bristol University, and holds an MA with distinction in Composing for Film & Television. She comes from London and likes odd socks.