A childhood exposed to much classical music, cinema, and the theatre, led to Keith having the idea of being composer since his youth. He has travelled all over the world including making hundreds of recordings for the BBC in London, radio programmes in Southern Africa, announcing with the Forces Broadcasting Corporation in Cyprus, Teheran Television, CKGM Montreal, and Public Radio Canada. He was the Salzburg Festival Announcer for a spell. He was commissioned by Recorded Books in NY - and later set up his own enterprise to produce dramatisations of classic works, including a biography of Beethoven in which he took the lead role. Keith retained the musical ideas in his head for many years, as he had earlier found the process of writing them down too laborious! In 2000, he learned to use Sibelius Software which enabled him to resurrect his original improvisations. He has worked since then between 2 and 4 hours a day, producing one major work (concerto or symphony),together with solo works, a trio, a quartet, and a piano quintet during the past 14 years. "A performance of my 1st Piano Concerto was scheduled for The Contemporary Music Festival in Košice, 2009, but the Festival was cancelled at the last moment. ["My thanks to Dino Matroyiannis (pianist), and Július Klein (The Slovak State Philharmonic, Košice ), for their efforts.
"I would like to thank the well-known musicians and conductors featured on my web site for their comments about my music. Many of them have expressed their keenness to perform the Premiere Solos for Violin, Cello, Viola, Clarinet and both Piano concertos."