Commissions

April 7th, 2014

I am always interested in writing for and working with new performers of all standards, to discuss commissioning a new work please contact me directly at phillip@phillipcooke.com

Here are a selection of recent commissions:

  • There is no rose (2013) – commissioned by Con Anima Chamber Choir
  • The Eternal Ecstasy (2013) – commissioned by The Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge
  • The Hazel Wood (2012) – commissioned by the John Armitage Memorial
  • Far Away Music (2012) – commissioned by Chester Music Service
  • Second Service (Eton College) (2012) – commissioned by the Chapel Choir of Eton College
  • Preces and Responses [set 2] (2012) – commissioned by the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music
  • Lakesongs (2011) – commissioned by the Granada Foundation for the Lake District Summer Music Festival
  • The Two Trees (2011) – commissioned by The Queen’s College for the opening of the Shulman Auditorium
  • Te Deum (2010) - commissioned by Aurora Nova
  • Dreams of Longing (2010) – private commission
  • Jabberwocky (2010) – commissioned by the Chester Music Service
  • The Strawberry Thief (2010) – commissioned by Arcomis, Arts Commissioning
  • Invocation (2010) – commissioned by The Choir of The Queen’s College, Oxford
  • The Lord is My Light (2010) – commissioned by The Choir of St Peter’s College, Oxford
  • The Glory of Zion (2010) – commissioned by The Choir of Oriel College, Oxford
  • God is Our Strength and Refuge (2009) – commissioned by The Choir of LMH, Oxford
  • Laetemur Animo (2009) – commissioned by Keswick Choral Society
  • Verbum caro factum est (2009) – commissioned by Choir & Organ Magazine
  • Intrada (2009) – commissioned by Oxfordshire County Council
  • Un patrimoine (2008) – commissioned by Arcomis, Arts Commissioning
  • Whither Thou Goest (2008) – commissioned by The Choir of The Queen’s College, Oxford

I am currently working on several new commissions including a large-scale oratorio for the Chester Music Society Choir for their 75th Anniversary, a new carol for Con Anima Chamber Choir and a new organ work for the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music to broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.

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