The hit play King Charles III, with music composed by Jocelyn, has just won an Olivier award for best new play and will be transferring to Broadway! For the full article click here

SCHOOL OF SOUND MASTERCLASS: JOCELYN POOK (8 APRIL 2014)

On 8 April 2014, Jocelyn Pook will be giving a masterclass at the School of Sound International Symposiym 2015 in the Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, London. For more information please click here.

Official Jocelyn Pook YouTube and Soundcloud

There are now more ways for you to listen to Jocelyn Pook’s music online – via YouTube and SoundCloud. Click the logos below to go to Jocelyn’s channels.  

Anxiety Fanfare and Variations for Voices premieres at Anxiety Festival

This work premiered at Anxiety Festival in June. It follows on from Hearing Voices, a song-cycle composed by Jocelyn Pook in 2012. Hearing Voices was a collaboration with Melanie Pappenheim and Emma Bernard, performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra, and…

King Charles III transfers to the West End

“The tone is set cleverly by composer Jocelyn Pook’s minimalist Requiem” PHILIP FISHER, BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE “The evening opens to a fine ceremonial chorus composed by Jocelyn Pook.” SUSANNAH CLAPP, THE OBSERVER “Jocelyn Pook’s stunning score… [combines] the Shakespearean and…

Re-release of Untold Things with two bonus tracks

Real World Records is proud to re-issue a series of classic gems from its rich catalogue, newly enhanced with bonus tracks — some previously unreleased, some remixed, and some drawn from the artists’ work beyond their original recordings for the…

DESH: British Composer Award

Jocelyn created the score for Akram Khan’s new project, entitled DESH (homeland), incorporating found audio material from field recordings taken in Bangladesh. With Akram Khan she visited the city of Dhaka and toured rural Bangladesh, gathering spoken word, song, the…