UPCOMING CONCERT PERFORMANCES
April 16th 2018: ...LONDON ACCORDION ORCHESTRA... The brilliant accordion ensemble, led by Ian Watson, winners of the silver medal at the World Music Festival, bring a concert of British music to the Duke's Hall at the Royal Academy of Music, London. Stuart's showpiece 'Rhapsody' is on the menu. Free admission, starts at 7pm. More details here.
July 3rd 2018: ...BITTER SUITE at CADOGAN HALL... The London Phoenix reunite with brilliant female vocal trio Juice to bring you Stuart's symphonic 'Bitter Suite', colourful contemporary re-imaginings of old nursery rhymes - part of a programme celebrating Women in Music. 7.30 start at the exquisite Cadogan Hall, London SW1. More info here and listen to clips from the premier performance from 2006 on the showreel page.
February 23rd 2018: ...THE ICE KING opens in cinemas... The searing new feature documentary 'The Ice King', charting the life of brilliant, controversial ice skater John Curry opens at Picturehouse Central, Shaftesbury Avenue. Playing at screens across the UK and Ireland throughout March and April 2018. Stuart has adapted and recorded a symphonic score to accompany the tumultuous story of this lost cultural icon.
July 7th & 13th 2017: ...Double awards success for BEAR HUNT... Summer brings a handful of awards nominations for Stuart's work. We're Going On A Bear Hunt is nominated - and wins! - Best Short Film Score at both the Jerry Goldsmith Awards and the Music+Sound Awards. In addition, the Make Mum Safer campaign soundtrack is a Music+Sound finalist for Best Online/Viral/Ambient Composition.
June 23rd 2017: ...CRAZYHEAD Album Release... MovieScore Media release Stuart's grungy electronic soundtrack to Urban Myth Films' comedy-horror series Crazyhead. The irreverent demon-hunting drama from Misfits creator Howard Overman starring Susan Wokoma and Cara Theobold is on Netflix and the soundtrack is available to download from all the usual places. See clips from the show here.
SOUNDTRACKS NOW AVAILABLE:
"In essence, this soundtrack neatly encapsulates everything that got me interested in soundtracks in the first place. Hancock is a bloody genius, and I'm enjoying listening to him blossom. 10/10" [soundtrack review of Hawk]