Branwen Munn is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer and DJ based in Carmarthenshire, west Wales.
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Branwen started piano lessons at the age of 4. While in secondary school her passion for music developed and she taught herself guitar, bass and drums, taking every opportunity to experiment with four-track recorders, synthesisers and drum machines. She played regularly in rock bands at venues throughout the south west of England. During the early 1990s Branwen was one of the first students in the world to graduate with a BA(Hons) in Popular Music and Recording at University College of Salford.
Following her studies, she forged a career in London as a freelance sound engineer, musician, and producer, working on recordings and live events with pioneering and diverse artists including 4hero, Talvin Singh, Terry Callier, Biddu, Madonna and Lady Miss Kier.
Branwen's involvement in theatre music began when she relocated to west Wales in 2002. Since then, she has created original music for a wide variety of theatre and screen work, notably “Heart of Darkness” and “My Life in CIA” for Give it a Name, “Yuri”, "Les Miserables" and “Singing the Subject” for August 012, "Petula" for August 012/NTW/TGC, “LoveCraft (Not the Sex Shop in Cardiff)” and comedy music videos for Carys Eleri, "The Apocalypse Killer" for Rain Dove, and "Afanc" for f.a.b. The Detonators. During 2019 Branwen worked as sound designer for Paula Varjack’s “#TheBabyQuestion” project in London.
Branwen continues to record and produce music of her own and for other artists at her own GoldHill Studio near Llandysul.