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25th March 2014 
Chris Brammeld Music launched!

The brand new online music store "Chris Brammeld Music" is now up and running. In addition to publishing Chris's catalogue of works, we also publish the work of a small selection of other composers and arrangers. Alongside my range of chamber music, vocal music and choral music, one of our flagship publications is a series of orchestrations of Rachmaninoff Piano Preludes. We hope you enjoy shopping for your scores at Chris Brammeld Music. Go straight to our online music store by clicking here.

Saturday 8th February 2014
Glendower Duo in Concert

The critically acclaimed Glendower Duo (Hannah Morgan, clarinet and Thomas Besnard, piano) gave a fabulous performance of my Sonatina for Clarinet and Piano at the Hertfordshire Chamber Music Series. In a well thought-out Franco-British programme, they also performed Paul Patterson's Conversations for clarinet and piano, and I was delighted that Paul came to see the concert.

Saturday 10th May 2014
Hertfordshire Chamber Music Series Finale Concert: Shakespeare, War and Britten

Greg Hallam (baritone) and Robert Thompson (piano) will give a recital in the final concert of the Hertfordshire Chamber Music Series. In a programme of works commemorating the centenary of World War I and Shakespeare's 450th year, they will give performances of two of Chris Brammeld's works: At Last He Sleeps (settings of the poetry of Edward Thomas) and O Mistress Mine (three Shakespeare songs). To find out more, and to book tickets for the concert, please visit the Hertfordshire Chamber Music website.

More About Chris Brammeld

Many of Chris's works have been performed regularly in the UK and abroad, and several of his choral pieces have been performed recently in London and elsewhere in the UK. The Swansea Bach Choir, under the direction of Greg Hallam, gave the premiere of To Hear The Angels Sing, and Silent Night was performed by the London Youth Children's Choir.

Chris has a growing reputation as a choral composer, and his catalogue also encompasses chamber music alongside other instrumental works. He is the founder and artistic director of the Hertfordshire Chamber Music Series, which next year will develop to become the Hertfordshire Chamber Music Festival.

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