Tamsin Jones is an award-winning British composer and an associate lecturer at the International Centre for Music Studies at Newcastle University.
Born in the West Midlands, Tamsin studied at Newcastle University and the University of Birmingham before pursuing a career in singing and teaching. She established herself as a composer with the release of her album Of a Rose in 2017, recorded by the one-man choir Matthew Curtis. A series of awards followed, including the NIPOS (Czech Arts Council) choral composition competition and the inaugural SPARK! competition.
Tamsin is renowned for her choral compositions, particularly Noel: Verbum Caro Factum Est which has been published in the groundbreaking “Multitude of Voyces” anthology and has been performed across the UK, Europe and Canada. Her diverse commissions include works for Celtic harp, and a miniature ballet for Western instruments and gamelan. Upcoming highlights include premieres of her work in the USA and commissions for Belmont Chamber Chorus, Woldingham School, and the St Mary’s Scholars, Warwick.
- Year of birth: 1972
- Website: https://polyphonyarts.com/tamsin-jones-composer/
Works by Tamsin Jones
Festival performances of works by Tamsin Jones
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- Parish Communion on Sunday 15 May 2022 at St John the Evangelist, Redhill