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The list of Edmund Jolliffe’s scores for theatre, radio and television, including BBC One’s popular series Who Do You Think You Are?, Channel 4’s Unreported World and ITV’s The Great War: The People’s Story, is testimony to the appeal of his music to a wide audience. In the concert hall his work has proved no less popular, its performers including the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, The Rose Trio, James Bowman, David Campbell, Nicholas Cleobury, Darragh Morgan, John Rutter and David Titterington. His choral music has been sung by the Choir of the Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace, the Choir of Coventry Cathedral, the Choir of St Margaret’s Church, Westminster, the Northampton Bach Choir and the Amadeus Choir, Toronto, Canada. Edmund read music at Oxford University before completing an MA in Film Composition under the Academy Award-winning Dario Marianelli at the Royal College of Music. He currently teaches composition in the junior department of the Royal Academy of Music.
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