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Leading a PRS day for Composers

How are programmes made? How do curators build up a coherent universe over years of programming? How do composers find a life for their work? I’m proud to have worked alongside Dan Lewis at PRS for Music to bring together a (FREE) day for #composers looking at these questions with […]

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as the soul receds in what the years bring

It’s been a real and unusual joy to work on a new piece to ‘interrupt’ Bach’s 2nd Brandenburg Concerto (something I think you can all imagine me doing!) and I am hugely looking forward to the premiere this summer at the Deal Music & Arts Festival with Chamber Domaine and […]

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Behind the Scenes: new work for solo violin

One of my new pieces involving spatial audio this year is a work for my friend, colleague and fantastic violinist Marie Schreer. If I Am from Somewhere I Am From There will be a 20 minute piece for violin, electronics and video that dwells on the ideas of home, belonging and migration. […]

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Art Mentor Lucerne at Tate Modern

We have established a new 3-year residency where six performers and three composers from the Royal Academy of Music will work closely alongside Riot Ensemble to develop their work in contemporary music. I’ve led the fundraising and design of the course, and am hugely excited to see where the students […]

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Wigmore Hall with Riot

I’m thrilled to be returning to Wigmore Hall with Riot Ensemble for the World Premiere performance of Jocelyn Campbell’s f o r e v e r 1 9 9 0 for voice and ensemble, on 29th June at 1pm.

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I contemplate making a libretto

My new piece for double bell trumpet, baritone, electronics and (optional) video will be premiered this weekend at ECLAT. Over the last few years, my pieces have grown more and more intimate with the words and viewpoints of their performers. I’ve recently started asking each of them the same seven […]

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