Fragments of Experience
In collaboration with Composer and AI filmmaker Mark Bowler, Animator Harrison Fleming and Soprano Marianna Suri, this new work showcases William Blake as a prescient proto-environmentalist, more relevant now than ever. Premiere on Nov 10th
A toy theatre production of a children's opera by Julian Phillips and Stephen Plaice. Designed as an educational tool for language and music provision in Primary Schools. The first releases will be in French and English, with German, Spanish and Italian versions in development.
Breaking the Silence
A large scale multi-location music, art and film project, presenting Bach's B Minor Mass in four episodes, and documenting the lockdown experiences of the artists and institutions featured.
On Wenlock Edge
A shadow-puppet film by Jeremy Hamway-Bidgood, created to be live-edited during performances of Ralph Vaughan-Williams's song cycle. Subsequently released as a multi-award winning cinematic version.
Oxford Bach Choir
We live streamed this lockdown performance of Duruflé's Requiem and Fauré's Cantique de Jean Racine from the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford. Also featuring the poet Alice Oswald. It raised £1700 for the Oxford Hospitals Charity
Kitty Whately and Simon Lepper perform Lori Laitman's evocative song in this award winning film. A blend of live performance and pan and zoom footage of illustrations by Ian Beck.
A Prayer for Ukraine
We live streamed this fundraising concert from SJE Arts in Oxford. The stream raised £15,000 for charities helping with the crisis in Ukraine. A "Come and Sing" performance of Fauré's Requiem conducted by David Crown with Roderick Williams and Harriet Burns.
A series of concerts produced during the lockdown, crowdfunded and ticketed so that the artists could perform and be paid for the first time in months
A pair of lockdown films made with New Colllege Choir and the Oxford Bach Soloists
St John Passion from Isolation
The original large scale lockdown performance. Bach's St John Passion from the early days of the pandemic (we started before the lockdown), raising over £16,000 for Help Musicians. With live painting by Paolo Troilo and a stunning line-up of perfomers.