music portfolio

This is a curated collection of my music. Have a listen – if you like what I do and want to work with me, don’t hesitate to get in touch!

‘When Time Stands Still’ – Sextet performed by Syzygy Ensemble

This piece was workshopped and performed by the fabulous Syzygy Ensemble. The basis of the piece was memories that shine more brightly than the present, and how they make time stop without warning.

In Which Pooh Goes Visiting and Gets Into a Tight Place

This is a piano miniature part of a larger opus called ‘The A.A. Milne Collection.’ As a trained classical pianist, I enjoy writing for piano, and particularly enjoy composing based on stories.

The Heavens Declare

This is an electro-acoustic piece, using pre-recorded sounds and electronic alterations. It features disklavier piano as well as sounds from nature. I enjoy looking back at this piece, because it was during writing this that I realised that I love conjuring atmosphere.

Fantasia On A Rainy Day

I have arranged this piece a number of different ways, but the original piano solo is always my favourite. Written over five years ago, it possesses a dreamy quality that I love to include in my writing, although I have now moved on from some of the colours and techniques used here.

If you are interested in working with me, please don’t hesitate to get in touch below!

3 responses to “music portfolio”

  1. These are all really nice! Especially enjoying “When Time Stands Still.” Those flute parts 😍

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  2. Carine says:

    Beautiful music, Jenny!! 😁


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