I am currently working with cellist Amy Jolly to develop some variations on Britten's Tema, and two of these pieces 'Extension' and 'Motion' will be performed at Borough New Music on the 12th June 2018. My latest piece for Ensemble Via Nova (Flute, Clarinet, Accordion, Violin and Cello) was also recently premiered at the London Ear Festival on the 24th March and is available to view here. In July, I will be on a Neither Nor, Either Or Artist Residency Ytre Arna in Norway - where I will be working on a large scale work for String Ensemble and Tape, to be premiered at the National Maritime Museum on the 16th March 2019 - more details soon!




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. 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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Composer in Residence, 2017

In 2017, I was Composer in Residence with CoMA (Contemporary Music for All) and worked with them on a project entitled 'Movements in Space', a proposal directly related to my PhD thesis exploring the arena, ensemble and action spaces of music, through composition. I wrote three new open score pieces for the ensemble and helped to select the other repertoire for the concert. My pieces were devised through workshops and rehearsals, so the process often involved collaboration and required me to direct aspects of rehearsals.

This residency has led to an ongoing relationship with the ensemble that has seen me lead workshops on their Summer School in Orkney, and at the 2018 Festival of Contemporary Music for All.