Happy New Year everyone! I hope you all had relaxing holidays and have settled into 2019. New year, new project. This year, I'll listen to a different composer/ensemble a week. At the end of the week, I will post the works I've heard here so anybody looking to discover new music can follow along. (And [...]
Well, November was certainly a busy month. With two premieres in December (wisteria for Gavin Osborn and All the Days of your Life for Cantiana Choir) plus preparation for time is different here... in full swing, I wasn't sure if I would reach my goal of composing sixty minutes of music during November. This is the [...]
I'm back from our time - trace - place project in Porthmeor Studios & Cellars! To read some of my reflections on our time there, head over to the time - trace - place blog...
From live painting to poetry, Collective31's SHEtogether concert was a fantastic event of works by female artists. Like last year, it was wonderful to be among so many talented women. In the majority of performances of my works, the other composers are all male (and usually pre-1900). However, this year the tide seems to be [...]
As anyone who follows me on Facebook or Twitter will know, this Friday is the sheTOGETHER 2018 concert! I'm very excited to hear all the fantastic works by other female artists and I hope that, if you can make it, you come along and support us. To give you a little taster, I'm going to tell [...]
Today is the release of The Mortal Path, a Dungeons and Dragons podcast run by the wonderful Yubi. I've known Yubi for nearly seven years and anyone who knows them could tell you that they're great at telling stories. Seriously, I could (and have) listen to them tell stories of their everyday life for hours. [...]
Last week I shared my New Years Resolutions with you and I got some good feedback - some of you said it was an interesting way to make resolutions and you might give it a try! Unfortunately, it hasn't worked... Actually, it might be more accurate to say it isn't working for some resolutions. My [...]
Happy New Year! I hope that everyone reading this is having a good start to 2018. Over the last few years, I had given up on New Years Resolutions. It felt like simply deciding something was a resolution meant I would fail to do it. However, in December I attended a webinar run by the [...]