We are delighted to announce the signing of a publishing agreement with husband and wife writing team, James Morgan and Juliette Pochin. Composers, arrangers and producers - they have written for TV shows including The Kumars at No 42, as well as writing for artists such as Danielle De Niese, Katherine Jenkins, Joe McElderry, Craig Ogden and Alfie Boe. They also recently produced the music for Dustin Hoffman's directorial film debut, Quartet, starring Dame Maggie Smith, Billy Connolly, Tom Courtenay and Pauline Collins. They have just collaborated with renowned children’s author Michael Rosen, jointly creating The Great Enormo, a Kerfuffle in B Flat for orchestra, soprano and wasps! The work tells the story of Mr Enormo Biggins, who enlists the help of both orchestra and audience as he tries to find a theme tune to go with his new time-travelling theme park. The Great Enormo was premiered at the Brighton Festival to great success in May. There’s already huge interest in this new addition to the family concert repertory, with a repeat at the Spitalfields Festival in June, and it will be taken up by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in October.
Morgan Pochin have also written and arranged many of the tracks on the forthcoming Decca album, Wonderful World, by 11-year-old Liverpool choirboy, Jack Topping. The disc is to be released on 25 November and includes this year’s Save the Children Christmas single, ‘Tomorrow’.
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