News : 30th August 2007

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Jocelyn Pook spent some time as a musical collaborator of Virginia Astley in the post-Ravishing Beauties period. Since then, she’s become a successful composer and performer. Her more recent work includes composing the soundtrack to the film Brick Lane based … Read More

News : 23rd November 2004

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The Jocelyn Pook soundtrack for the film The Merchant Of Venice is being released on the Decca label on the 29th November. For more information, please visit this link: www.deccaclassics.com which features an interview with Jocelyn as well as sound … Read More

News : 22nd June 2004

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Virginia Astley was the topic on a Radio 6 show this Saturday just gone. The Stuart Maconie-presented Freakzone show had a segment called Specialist Corner featuring music writer Eddi Fiegel talking about Virginia’s work. Apologies for not flagging this up … Read More

News : 6th April 2003

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Jocelyn Pook will be performing during this years Salisbury Festival. The Jocelyn Pook Ensemble will be performing her critically acclaimed Speaking In Tunes work on the main stage of the Salisbury Playhouse, Malthouse Lane, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP2 7RA at 8.00pm … Read More

News : 19th January 2003

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Jocelyn Pook is planning to take her Speaking In Tunes show to Germany in April and to Singapore in July. A studio album, based on the concert presentation,is also planned for release in the Spring. Speaking In Tunes has previously … Read More

News : 3rd August 2002

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Dionysus,the opening track on Jocelyn Pook’s last album Untold Things is currently being used as a trailer for Martin Scorsese’s new film Gangs of New York. For further details,please visit www.jocelynpook.co.uk. Caroline Lavelle’s latest album Brilliant Midnight is now due … Read More

News : 17th May 2002

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Congratulations to Jocelyn Pook for her Speaking In Tunes performance last night at the ICA. The performances continue across the UK this month – see the dates below for details. Meanwhile, the Forum gets updated with a small review of … Read More