Colleen Muriel (M.A. [music], B. Music, F.R.S.M., F.T.C.L., A.R.C.T.) is a Canadian composer living in London, England. The first two concerts of Colleen’s compositions were given in 1997 and 1998 in Vancouver, Canada. Since then her music as been performed and recorded in Canada, the USA, UK, Western Europe, Bulgaria, Australia, Asia (including Vietnam and Japan), and Brazil.
Her music has also been featured on a number of radio stations throughout the world. Her music has also been performed at the London New Wind Festival; Sonic Boom (Vancouver Pro Musica); Women Composers Festival of Hartford, USA; Diamond Jubilee Concert (in honour of Queen Elizabeth's 50 year reign - London); Music Fest Aberystwyth, Wales and included in the Contemporary Showcase Syllabus of the Alliance for Canadian New Music Projects (ACNMP).
She has written and/or arranged well over 600 pieces of music for various instruments and ensembles ranging in style from simple folk melodies to the avant-garde. These works include chamber music (instrumental), a chamber opera, choir music, string quartets, solo music for piano, flute, singers as well as folk music and hymn tunes.
She has published (El Flauto Records) a large number of sheet music and CDs, all containing original compositions and/or arrangements.