Sebastian Winter, composer and entrepreneur, began his musical career by producing music for online productions at the age of 14 in Hamburg, Germany. His videos have received over 4.5M views on YouTube alone. At the age of 15, Winter moved to Los Angeles and published his first album on iTunes. He then moved to London to commence studies at Trinity College of Music. In 2016 at the age of 21, Winter enrolled at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester which is recognised by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), as one of the world’s leading music conservatoires. He studies classical composition under Dr David Horne.


As well as composing music for the concert hall, Winter also has a passion for film music and has collaborated with one of the world’s leading film music companies – Bleeding Fingers Music. The company is a remarkable next generation composer collective for productions that are sonically brave.


Winter has a passion for collaborating with composers and sharing music. This led him to co-found the music publishing company Winter Score in 2015. Winter Score focusses on releasing new music by young talented composers from across the world. Winter's music publishing company received generous financial support from law firm Browne Jacobson and the RNCM, who granted Winter the Browne Jacobson RNCM Entrepreneurship Award in 2017 as well as in 2018.