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Bells in the Rain to be performed in Lyme Regis in August

I’m pleased to announce that the soprano and cello version of Bells in the Rain will be performed at the Sonic Coast Live Concert Series 2014 on Saturday 30th August. The concert series is being curated by composer-curator Marc Yeats, and has been supported by Sound and Music’s Composer Curator scheme and Arts Council England…
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Quangle Quadrille scores completed!

Today I took delivery of over 100 copies of Quangle Quadrille. They’ve now been shipped off to the choir, who have been diligently learning the piece since January.     Looking forward to the premiere coming up in June in Litton Cheney!

Karis Angels on Surprise Surprise

Over the past year, I’ve been working with the Karis May Darling Foundation, helping to run their choir, the Karis Angels. Tonight (Sunday 22nd September) they’ll be featured on Surprise Surprise (ITV, 7pm) being surprised by some famous faces!

Adopt a Composer 2013-14

I’m delighted to announce that I am one of five composers who has been chosen to take part in Adopt a Composer 2013-14. I have been paired with The Quangle Wangle Choir (see their website and Facebook page), and will be working in collaboration with them to produce a new work, which will be premiered…
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Premiere of Brass and Bronze for brass quintet and electronics

I’m delighted to announce that Brass and Bronze will be performed in the Headgate Theatre, Colchester on Saturday 13th July. Brass and Bronze is a combination of brass quintet and bell samples, the latter from Ian Palmer’s Aldbourne Bells sample library. I will blog about Brass and Bronze in some detail in the coming weeks..!…
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Launch of new site

After months in very slow development, I’m pleased to finally launch my new website! The aim was to fully integrate my blog with my website, which is what I hope I’ve achieved here. In time, I hope to have Soundcloud entries on all the portfolio pages providing excerpts of pieces, as well as updating my…
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