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AI and classical music

It’s been in the news recently, in fact some schools are claiming it spells the demise of the homework essay, so, in the interests of research, definitely not laziness, I …

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Tree of Life

Really pleased to announce the premiere of my clarinet piece, Tree of Life, in the Lamberhurst Festival on May 13th this year. It’s for clarinet, strings, harp and percussion and …

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new perspectives

Really excited that my new pieces for clarinet and piano, Three Perspectives, have just been published by Queen’s Temple Publishing. They are Echoes, Solace and Senegal Spirit, and each casts …

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Festive clarinet

No rest for me this Christmas!  I must keep in practice for the New Year’s Concert with the BBC Concert Orchestra at Saffron Hall on January 2nd to be broadcast …

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2016 Summer

Highlights, Summer 2016: Classic FM celebrates Emma’s birthday, she was named Person of Today by Debrett’s and her new album English Fantasy will be out in August.

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Applause

It’s universal, that instinct for putting your hands together to make noise in appreciation of a performer. But nevertheless each culture has its own take on applauding and this can sometimes be confusing for the itinerant musician…

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