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Julie Cooper – Week starting November 8

Julie Cooper is an award-winning Welsh composer whose music is widely broadcast in film, television and all visual media around the world. She has composed several orchestral and chamber film albums featured in television series, wildlife documentaries, films and commercials.

Known for her evocative and eclectic scores and her versatility as an orchestrator, she has created soundtracks for many BBC Radio theater and drama productions.

For the concert platform, his orders range from percussion quartet to full orchestra and choir, with performances at prestigious venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St. David’s Hall, Henley Festival, Newbury Spring Festival and Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall. The diversity of musicians and instruments she has been fortunate enough to write for is a constant source of creative inspiration, including Dame Evelyn Glennie, Grace Davidson, Claire Moore, 4-Mality, The Locrian Ensemble of London, Justin Pearson, Andy Findon, Safri Duo, Nicholas McCarthy and the contemporary urban dance company Union Dance.

His last album will be released on Signum Classics in 2022, with Grace Davidson, Elena Urioste and Tom Poster, Nicholas McCarthy and directed by Jessica Cottis.

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