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JAM Commission world premiere

My new piece The Song I Came to Sing, for choir, brass quintet and organ, commissioned by JAM will be premiered by Selwyn Chapel Choir, Cambridge, Onyx Brass and Simon Hogan, conducted by Michael Bawtree.

I have set three poems by Rabindranath Tagore, from his Gitanjali collection. The piece is a commission from JAM, following my participation in their Masterclass Series with Voces8, during which I wrote Gold from the Stone.

Tickets are available here for this concert at the beautiful St Brides Church, Fleet Street on 21 March, 7.30pm


Bifa names me in top five female composers

It was a lovely surprise to see I’d been named by British Independent Film Awards as one of their Top 5 female composers, alongside Nainita Desai, Anne Nitiken, Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch and Penelope Trappes.