Archive Performances

These are performances that Edmund is aware of – if you know of any others, please get in touch. To listen to recordings of Edmund’s music see LISTEN.

PREVIOUSLY IN 2015

  • 24 December,  ‘Adam lay ybounden’  performed at the Brick Presbyterian Church, New York.
  • 19 December, 7.30pm, Faversham Voices Christmas Concert, St Mary of Charity Church, ‘There is no rose’ was premiered.
  • 19 December, 7.30pm, Yorkminster Park Baptist Church, Toronto, Canada, ‘Everywhere, everywhere Christmas tonight’ premiered (winner of the 29th Amadeus Choir Annual Seasonal Song writing Competition)
  • 18 December, 7.30pm, ‘A Babe is born’ premiered as one of the finalists’ pieces in the Ray Bardsley Carol Competition performed by The Dorking Choral Society in St. Joseph’s Church, Dorking, Surrey, RH4 3DL.
  • 18 December, 7.30pm, Asbury United Methodist Church, Arkansas ‘A Christmas Lullaby’ performed.
  • 17 December, 7.30pm, German United Methodist Church, Arkansas ‘A Christmas Lullaby’ performed.
  • 13 December,  ‘Adam lay ybounden’ (US premiere) performed at the Brick Presbyterian Church, New York.
  • 9 December, 7.30pm, St. Sepulchre Church, Holborn, Denton Staff Choir  performed ‘When Christ was born of Mary free’.
  • 5 December, 7.30pm, Holy Trinity, Sloane Square ‘Adam lay ybounden’ (world premiere) and ‘O my dear heart’ performed by the Nonsuch Singers.
  • 3, 4, 5 December, 7.30pm and 6 December 4.00pm, ‘A Christmas Lullaby’ (winner of the Hendrix College Candelight Carol Competition; world premiere) performed at these services in Greene Chapel, Hendrix College, Arkansas, USA.
  • 28 November, 7.30pm, Ely Cathedral, ‘Jesus Christ the Apple Tree’ (winner of the Ely Consort Advent Composing Competition; world premiere) premiered by the Ely Consort.
  • 19 September, 7.30pm, St Martin-in-the-Fields, ‘A Short Celebration’ for Wind Quintet was premiered.
  • 30 June, 7.30pm, The Royal College of Music Saxophone Ensemble premiered ‘NSA’ for ten saxophones at the Royal College of Music.
  • 25 June, 7.30pm, Temple Church. The Laudate Choir performed ‘Sweet, stay awhile’ in a concert of a cappella works, including Tallis’s 40 part motet ‘Spem in Alium’.
  • 13 June, ‘An Ordinary Soldier’s Tale’ workshopped by the Stravinsky Ensemble.
  • 10 May, 7.30pm, Bossi-Comelli Studio, Manhattan School of Music, New York, USA. ‘Breathe’ was performed.
  • 21 March, 3.45pm Royal Academy of Music, ‘Blow the wind blow’ was premiered by the Junior Academy Choir.
  • 4 March, 7.00pm, Glebe Justice Centre Lounge, Sydney, Australia The Music Box Project. One of Edmund’s cells for the ‘In 4′ project will be performed during this innovative project.
  • 4 February, 1.00pm Old St. John’s, Nelson, New Zealand, ‘Double F for Freddie’ performed as part of the Adam Chamber Music Festival. Pianists: David Guerin, Jian Liu, Stephen de Pledge, Sarah Watkins.

PREVIOUSLY IN 2014

  • 21 December, 6.00pm, Coro Ricercare performed ‘O my dear heart’ Igreja de Sta Isabel, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • 15 December, 6.30pm ‘When Christ was born of Mary free’ performed by Lazards Choir, Grosvenor Chapel, London.
  • 14 December, 4.00pm, Coro Ricercare performed ‘O my dear heart’ Igreja da Graca, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • 14 December, 2.30pm, I Cantanti Chamber Choir performed Carols by Edmund Jolliffe, First English Lutheran Church, Cannon Falls, Minnesota, USA
  • 30 November, 7.30pm, I Cantanti Chamber Choir performed Carols by Edmund Jolliffe, Skinner Chapel, Carleton College, Minnesota, USA
  • 23 November, ‘Good Friends’ for Big Band premiered by the Junior Trinity Big Band at LSO St. Luke’s.
  • 6 November, ‘Empty Tables’ for orchestra premiered, Bedford School, Bedford.
  • 5 November, ‘Lux Aeterna’ for SATB premiered at the Brick Church, New York, USA. This work is available to purchase through Stainer and Bell’s Choral Now series.
  • 19 October, Royal Festival Hall, 2.00pm, ‘May the Road rise up to meet you’ performed by the Westminster Boys’ Choir.
  • 27 September, St. John’s Church, New York, USA, ‘Totus Tuus’ for choir premiered.
  • 23 August ‘Follow the Star’ and ‘Christus Natus Hodie’ workshopped at the ABCD Convention in Cardiff. Both these works are available through Stainer and Bell’s Choral Now series.
  • 3 July, Lawrence Hall, Westminster, 12.30pm ‘May the road rise up to meet you’ performed by the Westminster Boys Choir.
  • 1 July, St. John’s Smith Square, London, 6.30pm ‘Knock Knock’ for Big Band performed by The Pink Panthers. ‘Serenade’ and ‘May the road rise up to meet you’ (world premiere) performed by the Westminster Boys Choir.
  • 28 June, Tauranga Art Gallery, Tauranga, New Zealand, 6.30pm ‘Double F for Freddie’ performed by Estrella.
  • 22 June, Lewis Eady Showroom Greenlane, Auckland, New Zealand, 5.00pm ‘Double F for Freddie’ performed by Estrella.
  • 20 June, Raye Freedman Arts Centre, Auckland, New Zealand, 1.00pm ‘Double F for Freddie’ performed by Estrella.
  • 15 June, Whittaker’s Music Museum, Waiheke Island, Auckland, New Zealand, 5.00pm ‘Double F for Freddie’ (for 4 people at 1 piano) performed by Estrella.
  • 29 May, Riverside Church, New York, USA, 8.00pm ‘Turn on, tune in and drop out’ performed by the Locrian Chamber Players.
  • 11 February, ‘Romp’ for piano duet was performed at Westminster Under School in a fund-raising concert.
  • 28 January, Trinity Saxes performed ‘Breathe’ at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, 1.05pm.

PREVIOUSLY IN 2013

  • 22 December, St. Michael at the North Gate, 6.00pm The new carol ‘When Christ was born of Mary free’ performed.
  • 14 December, Yorkminster Park Baptist Church, the Amadeus Choir of Toronto premiered ‘When Christ was born of Mary free’ in Toronto, Canada. This was awarded first prize in their annual seasonal song writing competition 2013.
  • 13 December, Westminster Boys’ Choir performed SSA version of ‘When Christ was born of Mary free’ at St. Stephen’s Church, Westminster.
  • 48th Annual Concert, Kinki University, Cultural Society Glee Club, Japan, ‘Now is the time of Christemas’ performed.
  • 12 December, King’s High School Warwick performed SSA version of ‘When Christ was born of Mary free’.
  • 8 December, St. Mellitus Church, London, 7.30pm ‘Taking Off’ for orchestra performed by the London Medical Orchestra.
  • 7 December, Christ Church, Woking, ‘Now is the time of Christemas’ performed.
  • 3 December, St. Luke’s Church, Chelsea, 7.00pm, the Westminster Boys’ Choir premiered ‘When Christ was born of Mary free’ in a version for SSA and piano.
  • 30 November, United Reformed Church, Broxbourne, 7.30pm: The Rose Trio performed ‘Call Me’.
  • 23 November, LSO St. Luke’s, London, 7.00pm: The Junior Trinity Big Band premiered ‘Knock Knock’.
  • 12 October, Level 3 stage, St. David’s Hall, Cardiff, 6.30pm: ‘Five Little Pictures‘ for french horn and piano premiered during the Arcomis International Brass Event by Elliot Sideman and Steven Kings.
  • 15 September, Kings Place, 2.45pm, The Tempest Trio performed ‘Tempest Fugit‘ as part of the Kings Place 2013 Festival.
  • 23 August, St. Martin in the Fields, 1.00pm, The Tempest Trio performed ‘Tempest Fugit‘ as part of this Park Lane Young Artists Series.
  • 26 July, Gower Festival, ‘Call Me‘ performed by the Rose Trio.
  • 17 July, St. George’s Cathedral, Cape Town, South Africa, The Westminster Boys’ Choir performed ‘Serenade – a lullaby‘.
  • 16 July, Somerset House School, Cape Town, South Africa, The Westminster Boys’ Choir performed ‘Serenade – a lullaby‘.
  • 11 July, The Ridge School, Johannesburg, South Africa, The Westminster Boys Choir performed ‘Serenade – a lullaby‘.
  • 2 July, St John Smith’s Square, London. The Westminster Boys’ Choir premiered ‘Serenade – a lullaby‘.
  • 27 June, Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, the Royal College of Music, 7.30pm, ‘Breathe’ for ten saxophones and piano performed.
  • 24 May, Budworth Hall, Ongar, 8.00pm: ‘Call Me’ performed by the Rose Trio.
  • 4 May, Royal Naval College Chapel, 6.00pm, ‘Double F for Freddie’ performed.
  • 7 March, St Stephen with St John Church, Westminster, the Boys Choir of Westminster Under School performed ‘Pater Noster’.
  • 4 March, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, ‘Breathe’ for ten saxophones and piano was performed.
  • 2 March, the Lighthouse. Poole. ‘Taking Off’ for orchestra workshopped by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, led by James Macmillan, conducted by Jan Pascal Tortelier.
  • 25 January, Maidstone Youth Sport Achievement Awards, Mote Hall, Maidstone. ‘A River Runs Through’ (originally commissioned for the Cultural Olympiad’ was given its second performance.

For performances before 2013 please contact the composer.