Charles Hart Biography

Gender: Male

Charles Hart was born in London and educated in Maidenhead and Cambridge. He has written words for musicals (The Phantom of the Opera, Aspects of Love, The Kissing-Dance, The Dreaming), opera (The Vampyr, BBC TV) and miscellaneous songs, as well as both words and music for television (Watching, Split Ends, Granada TV) and radio (Love Songs, BBC Radio). His Two Studies for String Quartet were performed by the Sacconi Quartet in 2005 at Londonís Purcell Room.

Charles Hartís photographs have appeared on posters and in playbills, as well as publications ranging from Attitude to the Daily Telegraph, and in 2003 he was one of three photographers to feature in an exhibition organized by UNICEF to celebrate the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. He lives and works in London.

Charles Hart Awards and Nominations

(winners are in red)

Tony Awards - 1990 - Best Score (Musical)
Charles Hart, Aspects of Love
New York Drama Critics Circle Awards - 1988 - Best Musical
Charles Hart, The Phantom of the Opera
Tony Awards - 1988 - Score (Musical)
Charles Hart, The Phantom of the Opera