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Jenni appointed new Adopt a Composer mentor

I’m excited to announce that I’ve been appointed as a new Adopt a Composer mentor. I loved my experience as a composer on the project in 2013-14, and I’ve been passionate about the scheme ever since. I can’t wait to be involved again! See Making Music’s announcement here.

Jenni’s latest project Cracked Voices now #fundedbyPRSF

Jenni has been awarded PRS Foundation Open Fund funding to support her current Cracked Voices. The additional funding will be used for a variety of things, but in particular will support the second performance of the song cycle and a studio recording. Thank you to PRS Foundation for the support, and to Grants for the…
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Jenni and Graham on BBC Three Counties Radio on Wednesday 24th May

On Wednesday 24th May, Jenni and Graham Palmer were on BBC Three Counties Radio on Wednesday talking about Cracked Voices and about their call for forgotten people, Your Voice. To listen again head to BBC iPlayer Radio – about 1h44 in.

Celestial Utterances (for solo woodwind) on Payhip

Happy new year! In the madness of Christmas I forgot to post about a piece of mine now available on Payhip. Celestial Utterances is a suite of six short pieces for solo upper woodwind instruments (though I suppose it could be solo high anything you fancy playing it on!). Below are a few excerpts I…
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Flurries (for solo piano) now available on Payhip!

Flurries – a short work for solo piano – is now available on Payhip! Click here to be taken to the product page. Swirls of snow falling, spiralling across the garden. Sudden gusts of wind catch them off guard, causing them to twist and turn, making shapes in their flight path. The fall occasionally grows…
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Performance of Moto Perpetuo in Colchester, 28th July

I’m pleased to announce that Ian Ray will be performing Moto Perpetuo (for solo organ) at his lunchtime recital on the Moot Hall organ at Colchester Town Hall on 28th July at 1pm. For further details, please see the Moot Hall organ calendar.

Organ piece Tempestuous runner up in Moot Hall Organ PIPEWORKS competition

I’m pleased to announce that my organ piece Tempestuous was chosen as a runner up in the Moot Hall Organ’s PIPEWORKS competition. It will be performed later in the year. For more information see Colchester New Music’s news post about PIPEWORKS.

British Music Collection profile

My profile is now live on the British Music Collection!

Birds and molecules: A busy week!

The last week has been a busy one for my music. Last Sunday I put Bells in the Rain (both piano and ‘cello versions) online as digital scores. On Monday, Quangle Quadrille was broadcast on Radio 3. The interview can be heard on their website for 30 days after broadcast – it’s about 1h44 in!…
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Quangle Quadrille recorded by BBC Radio 3

Last night was the official premiere of Quangle Quadrille at the Quangle Wangle Choir‘s concert at Weymouth Bay Methodist Church. A lovely venue for a wonderful concert. The whole programme, including readings, small group performances and full choir numbers was framed around the topics of birds and nature – topics that the Quangles themselves chose…
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