scores by Bernard Hughes

scores by Bernard Hughes

Event Calendar

April 2014


  • Trinity Boys Choir performance

    The world famous Trinity Boys Choir will be performing Bernard Hughes’s Lux Aeterna at a concert of British choral music at St John’s Smith Square in London on Wednesday 7 May 2014.

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  • Juice premiere

    Bernard Hughes’s new vocal piece Does a Firm Perswasion that a Thing is So, Make it So? is being premiered by the renowned Juice Vocal Ensemble at the National Portrait Gallery on Friday 31 January 2014.

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  • Isabel’s Noisy Tummy

    Bernard Hughes’s family concert piece for narrator and orchestra Isabel’s Noisy Tummy is being performed by Woking Symphony Orchestra at the HG Wells Centre in Woking on Saturday 18 January at 3.30, with the Bernard as Narrator.

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  • Herne Hill Music Festival

    Bernard Hughes’s piano trio Without Ceremony will be performed as part of the Herne Hill Music Festival on Wednesday 16 October 2013.

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bernard-hughes-1 Welcome to the website of the composer Bernard Hughes, whose music is widely performed in Britain and abroad. This site has information and details about Bernard Hughes’s music and his writing about music, some sound clips and links to related sites.

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Countdown to next performance:

Bernard Hughes’s Lux Aeterna sung by Trinity Boys Choir at the St John’s, Smith Square…

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Bernard Hughes music available for download

Two choral pieces by Bernard Hughes are available for purchase online via mp3 download.

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Excerpt from The Death of Balder performed by the BBC Singers, conducted by James Morgan. First broadcast on BBC Radio 3.

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ANAPHORA for orchestra, performed by the Woking Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Roy Stratford

I Sing of Love, performed by the Seattle Pro Musica, conducted by Karen P. Thomas