Links

Here are some links to pages of interest to me and, I hope, to you also.

Fiery Dragon Company. This is the group in 2018 formed to perform some of my works. You can hear some of my compositions and find out about future performances here.

Bath Spa University Dept. of Music and Performing Arts. This is where I studied for my Masters in Composition having previously gained a degree in Music there.

Here are the websites of my tutors on the Masters course: James Saunders and Joe Duddell, both successful composers in their own right.

Incorporated Society of Musicians. A professional organisation of which I am a member.

English Folk Dance and Song Society. Another organisation of which I am a member. The Ralph Vaughan Williams Memorial Library is a superb scholarly resource.

Sound and Music. I used to be a member of the Society for the Promotion of New Music. That society is now one of the constituent parts of Sound and Music, which I have also joined.

Olyver New Music Collective.¬† I recently (2019) joined this collective of composers, performers and sound engineers from all around the world that describes itself as “A new music ensemble, concert series ‚Äčand contemporary music news outlet”.

Eagle Alley. I am a member of a three part close harmony singing group based in Bath called Eagle Alley. The name comes from a sea shanty in our repertoire.

Bath City Jubilee Waits. My husband and I play with the Waits.

Mr Punch’s Studio. My husband Chris Timson runs a recording studio and here is their web site. Obviously as a composer it is most useful to have a recording studio at my beck and call.

English Music Played Here. Chris and I run two sessions devoted to the playing of English traditional dance music. This site contains details of both of them, together with information about the music we play.

Bradford on Avon Carollers. We are both also involved in the establishing of a tradition of local carol singing in pubs in Bradford on Avon somewhat along the lines of the Sheffield tradition. As this site shows, the effort is proving very successful. I research local carols and lead the 12-strong carols band.

Ellacombe Chimes support. If Anne’s work with Ellacombe Chimes has led to you wanting to find out more about this alternative and musical way to ring church bells this site will tell you all you need to know.