June Unfolding on BBC Radio 3

BBC Radio 3 logoDuring the in­terval of BBC Radio 3’s live con­cert broad­cast on Friday 2 March, you can hear me talking to King Edward Musical Society chairman Tim Ward about my or­ches­tral work June Unfolding, which they premiered last summer as part of the cel­eb­ra­tions for the 750th an­niversary of the royal charter of Macclesfield. The piece was written as part of Sound and Music, Making Music and PRS for Music Foundation’s Adopt a Composer pro­ject, so many thanks go to them for pairing me up with KEMS. As well as us talking, you’ll also get to hear some ex­cerpts of my piece and about the col­lab­or­a­tion between Andrew Hall and Essex Symphony Orchestra. Listen in!

Logos of PRS for Music Foundation, Sound and Music, Making Music and King Edward Musical Society

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