I am currently working with the wonderful cellist Amy Jolly to develop a set of variations on Britten's Tema Sacher which is a part of both of our PhD Research. Two are complete and we are now developing two more - some of the set will be performed at Borough New Music in June 2017. I am also excited to be writing a new piece for Ensemble Via Nova (Flute, Clarinet, Accordion, Violin and Cello) to be premiered at the London Ear Festival in March. The piece by breath and bow that I wrote for them to premiere in Germany last year, will also have it's UK premiere in June. 




Hollie is a composer, researcher and curator of musical happenings in the UK and overseas. She is currently working towards a PhD in composition at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance as the first recipient of the Trinity Laban RDP Scholarship. Her current work and research explores space and gesture as compositional parameters. Read More...



I am very excited to be sponsored by 3dio and to be using one of their Free Space XLR Binaural Microphones to document my PhD research. Watch and listen here. You can find out more about the company and this wonderful microphone system here.

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Movements in Space


On the 8th July 2017,  CoMA London Ensemble performed three new works of mine in their home venue, St. Leonard's Church in Shoreditch. Watch them here.

I co-curated the programme for the concert, which explored the theme of space, from the acoustic and physical space of St. Leonard's Church, to the space of the stars and planets. The event included pieces by Gregory Rose, Paul Burnell, Paul Newland and Philip Cashian.