Edward Caine, Composer

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  • Contemporary Music for All Festival Weekend!

    2nd Dec 2015
    CoMA West Midlands, CoMA East Midlands and the BCMG are teaming up for the national Contemporary Music for All Festival in March (5th-6th). I will be leading my group (CoMA West Midlands) and a group of Old Swinford Hospital School children as part of a weekend of rehearsals, workshops (with Michael Finnissy and Tansy Davies) and it will all culminate in a large concert at the CBSO centre on the Sunday night. More details here.
  • CoMA West Midlands

    2nd Dec 2015
    I have been appointed Musical Director of CoMA West Midlands! CoMA (Contemporary Music For All) is an international organisation which promotes the amateur performance of contemporary music written in an open score format. For more information see our website!
  • London Premiere of Wild Flowers

    11th Apr 2015
    Wild Flowers will receive its London Premiere by pianist Ian Pace at City Summer Sounds Festival, City University on the 5th June 2015 7pm. This should be an incredible concert and includes several other London and World Premieres including Rebecca Saunders Crimson and Brian Ferneyhough Quirl (Study in Self-Similar Rhythms).
  • Press Review for Resonance: Etude

    9th Mar 2015
    "Edward Caine’s often violent study, Etude: Resonance, exploiting mechanical and acoustic properties of the instrument, avoided the trap of becoming the dry academic exercise suggested by its title and premise."
    - Robert Gammon, York Press

    Read the full article here.

  • New Piece!

    7th Mar 2015
    Etude: Resonance was commissioned by the Late Music Concert Series for Ian Pace, and is dedicated to the pianist for his birthday. The piece was premiered on the 7th March 2015 in the Unitarian Chapel, St. Saviourgate, York. Below is a sample of the score, please contact me if you'd like a copy!
  • Commission and Concert!

    16th Jan 2015
    I will be performing several pieces as part of the inaugaral "Vestiges" concert for the Late Music Concert Series. Pieces are TBC but will include Messiean Le Merle Noir, Arvo Pärt Fur Alina and Schoenberg Six Little Pieces for piano. The concert is free to attend and will take place on the 28th February in the Unitarian Chapel, St. Saviourgate, York. more information here.

    I have also been commissioned by Late Music to write another piano piece for virtuoso Ian Pace. This will follow on from last year's piece "wild flowers" and will be performed in a fantastic concert including Ligeti Etudes Book 1 and James Dillon Book of Elements Part 1. More information here.

About Me

I am a pianist, composer and conductor currently working as a Musician in Residence at Old Swinford Hospital School, Stourbridge and as Musical Director for CoMA West Midlands

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