Edmund’s music embraces a huge range of styles from contemporary classical to songs for shows. He writes music for film and television and is also an award winning concert composer. His music is published, performed and broadcast all over the world.
Edmund has been writing music to picture for twenty years, both in the UK and internationally. He wrote the score to the ITV series ‘The Great War: The People’s Story’ and was nominated for an RTS Craft and Design Award for his score for the BBC film ‘Elizabeth at 90’. He often writes with composer Julian Hamlin (HamlinandJolliffe). Major series they have composed music for include ‘Who do you think you are?’ (BBC1), ‘Homestead Rescue’ (Discovery) ‘Crazy Delicious’ (C4/Netflix) ‘Long Lost Family’ (ITV1) and ‘Unreported World’ (C4).
Although busy with composing for TV, Edmund has always made time to focus on concert music. He has a particular interest in choral music and has received commissions from The London Festival of Contemporary Church Music, The Choir of The Chapel Royal, St. James’s Palace and The London Gay Men’s Chorus. His choral music is published by OUP, Stainer and Bell and Banks Music.
Edmund’s catalogue of concert music encompasses choral works, pieces for orchestra, big band and ensembles of all sizes as well as music for early learners. He has received numerous prizes for his choral and instrumental music.