RECENT CONCERT PERFORMANCES
February 2nd 2019: ...We're Going On A Bear Hunt: LIVE IN CONCERT... DUBLIN, National Concert Hall
February 18th 2019: ...We're Going On A Bear Hunt: LIVE IN CONCERT... LONDON, Royal Festival Hall
Dublin hosted the world premiere of the live concert version of Stuart's award-winning score to 'We're Going On A Bear Hunt'. He conducted the RTE Concert Orchestra at Dublin's National Concert Hall in two family concerts with the film on February 2nd. This was closely followed by the London premiere at the prestigious Royal Festival Hall on Monday February 18th with City of London Sinfonia, as part of the Imagine Festival.
November 24th 2018: ...DANCING ON ICE 2019... ITV unleashes its promo for the forthcoming new series of "Dancing On Ice", a wonderful follow-up to last year's polar bears from director Kirk Hendry at Hush London. The music is Stuart's lavish arrangement of 'The Impossible Dream' recorded with the 60-piece Bratislava Symphony Orchestra. See it on the showreel page here
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.
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]