Turning The Elements

Turning the Elements performs spirited and lyrical music with "stunningly fluent performances" (The Herald) for voice and clarinet, taking music both new and traditional, and turning the elements of each piece to fit the forces of the duo, putting a unique slant on their performance. Turning the Elements has appeared at festivals around the country:  Read More

Sheena Phillips

Sheena Phillips (b. 1958) is a composer and arranger, chiefly of choral and chamber music, now based in her native London after living and working for 15 years in the USA.  She is also an experienced choir director and teacher, currently directing Belsize Community Choir and the Michael Singers at University College London.  Some of Read More

Diana Salazar

Diana Salazar is a Scottish composer and sound artist. Her compositional output ranges from acousmatic work to music for instruments with live electronics, laptop improvisation and intermedia collaborations. Her works have been performed throughout the UK and internationally, across Europe and North, Central and South America, with broadcasts on Swedish National Radio, Radio France, and BBC Radio 3. Selected Read More

James Turnbull

Described by The Independent as “a worthy champion” of contemporary oboe music, James has dedicated much of his performing life to promoting and extending the oboe repertoire. James has performed frequently throughout the UK and Europe including a solo recitals at the Wigmore Hall and live on BBC Radio 3. He has appeared as a

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Timothy Cooper

I am a composer and performer of electroacoustic music. My compositions reflect a love of performance born from my studies as a euphonium player and from playing with my parents radio set. This performance is reflected in the kinds of sounds I seek out and in the way that I use them both instrumentally and Read More

George Stevenson

London-based Scottish composer George Stevenson has written for musicians of the Russian National Orchestra, New Russia State Symphony Orchestra, Solovey Ensemble, Psappha Ensemble, Pentaèdre, Assembly Project, Brodick Quartet and Duo Palladium, as well as dancers of The Bolshoi Ballet. Other works have been commissioned by Moscow Viola Festival, Suzuki Scotland and International Flute Competition 'Moya Read More

Joanna Nicholson and Emma Lloyd

Clarinettist Joanna Nicholson graduated from the Royal College of Music, where she was the winner of an Exhibition Scholarship and numerous prizes. She pursueS a lively freelance career performing, broadcasting and recording with many of the UK’s finest orchestras and ensembles, and featuring as a soloist – notably on Bass Clarinet with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

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Emily Doolittle

Emily Doolittle Canadian-born, Scotland-based composer Emily Doolittle grew up in Halifax Nova Scotia and was educated at Dalhousie University, the Koninklijk Conservatorium in the Hague, Indiana University and Princeton University. From 2008-2015 she was  Assistant/Associate Professor of Composition and Theory at Cornish College of the Arts. She now lives in Glasgow, UK, where she is an Read More

Tom Poulson, Danielle Price and Timothy Cooper

Tom Poulson is the recent winner of both the Trumpet and Contemporary prizes at the Aeolus International Competition for Wind Instruments, receiving 2nd place overall.  Other prizes include the Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe, Making Music’s Philip & Dorothy Green Award and Bromsgrove International Young Musicians’ Platform.  Tom has performed concertos with the Düsseldorf Symphoniker, SInfonietta

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