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Jocelyn Pook 9h
Lest We Forget/Dust, is now on until 29th September at Sadlers Wells: "Jocelyn Pook’s mighty vocal score is haunting." - The Times
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Jocelyn Pook 20h
Jocelyn on R3 Music Matters talking about her trilogy of deeply personal works about mental health. Listen here:
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Jocelyn Pook Sep 24
Hear Jocelyn on Radio 4: Front Row tonight at 7:15pm
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Jocelyn Pook Sep 22
Catch Jocelyn speaking today at 12:15pm, on BBC Radio3 about writing music for stage and screen
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Jocelyn Pook Sep 18
Jocelyn's 'The Staircase' album is due to be released soon, stay tuned for more information on the upcoming release date by keeping an eye on her website:
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Jocelyn Pook Sep 17
Jocelyn's 'The Wife' album is due to be released soon, stay tuned for updates on the release date.
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Jocelyn Pook Sep 16
Jocelyn discusses Memorial with Jo Litson from Limelight "Combining instruments like oboe, shawm, clarinet and bells, along with Bulgarian and Macedonian vocals, the production is a transcendent experience." read the full article here:
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Jocelyn Pook Sep 15
An introduction to 'Adam', by director Cora Bissett showing 20-29th September.
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Jocelyn Pook Sep 14
Watch an excerpt from Memorial and get a taste of Jocelyn's score, described as 'sublime' and 'otherworldly'. It opens at 27th - 29th September
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Jocelyn Pook Sep 14
Jocelyn describes her work and her process in a brilliant in-depth interview with
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Jocelyn Pook Sep 13
There is a feature this September for Jocelyn Pook at Music Sales, detailing all of her current work in theatres across London
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Jocelyn Pook Sep 13
Jocelyn's 'How Sweet the Night' features in this weeks 'In Tune' mixtape, on , you can listen here
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Jocelyn Pook Sep 10
'Memorial', featuring Jocelyn's music, is this month. Alice Oswald strips away Homer’s narrative and attends to its atmosphere, its enargeia, or “bright unbearable reality” with a memorialising of every soldier named in the Iliad.
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Jocelyn Pook Sep 10
Review of 'Adam' by David Williams in this weekend 20-29th September.
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Jocelyn Pook Sep 4
“This idea of trans community is at the heart of the most affecting part of the production. Adam features a choir made up of 120 trans people, and we see many of their faces displayed on the screen. “We are Adam”. The Argus Don't miss 'Adam' Sept 18-29th
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Jocelyn Pook Aug 31
September is Jocelyn Pook month! There's Adam , Lest We Forget and Memorial . All happening at the end of September. Check out Jocelyn's website for more details:
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Jocelyn Pook Aug 30
“Pook weaves testimonies of trans individuals with music to create a powerful visual and audio message that Adam is not alone in this world.” - Broadway World Don't miss 'Adam' September 18th-29th
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Jocelyn Pook Aug 28
'The Staircase', Jocelyn's score to the award winning longform documentary by Jean-Xavier de Lestrade, album will be released online on 3rd September, stay tuned for links to download on Jocelyn's website
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Jocelyn Pook Aug 27
Jocelyn is about to release her album 'The Wife', the “eloquent, rippling score” (Daily Screen) to the film. You can find links to it on her website soon.
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Jocelyn Pook Aug 27
Jocelyn spoke to the English National Ballet about creating the music for Akram Khan’s Dust, part of Lest We Forget. This September
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