Welcome to Music
HavenMusic Haven publishes and promotes new music in all of its manifestations. At its core are the works
of a number of established contemporary British composers whose works are complimented by new reconstructions
of music from the past.
Our scores are beautifully presented and edited to the highest standard and we endeavour to foster meaningful
collaboration between composer and performer, bringing fine music to a wider audience.
Performances of Music Haven ComposersWe are very happy to announce that Peter Fribbins’s astonishing and highly dramatic first string
quartet ‘I Have the Serpent Brought’ is to be performed twice by the celebrated Allegri Quartet: on 23rd October at St Mary’s Church in Hendon (alongside
works by Beethoven and Mendelssohn), and again on the 26th as part of the London Chamber Music Society series of Sunday evening
On the 8th of November, a new version of ‘The Most Fortunate Generations’ by James Francis Brown will be premiered
by the St Albans Choral Society (under the baton of George Vass)
at St Saviour’s Church.
Alan Mills -
Ave Maria for Female Choir - Coming Soon
delighted to announce that Alan Mills' new composition: Ave Maria for solo female choir is to be
published very soon. It joins Timothy Blinko's Anima as a new choral addition to our catalogue, and Alan's The Birth of
Orpheus, and Six Poems from 'Le Bestiaire in the vocal category.
Lovers of the voice may also wish to view Antique Lands, Distant
Shores (various), Männerlist größer als
Frauenlist (Richard Wagner, realised by James Francis Brown), and Songs of Nature and
Farewell (James Francis Brown).
Edition: Variations on God Save The
King Arrangement Coming Soon to Music
We are very
happy to announce that we will soon be publishing an arrangement by Steven Isserlis of
Hummel's Variations on God Save The
King for cello and violin. Steven has
frequently played this arrangement with the violinist Maxim Vengerov, and it is ideal as a rousing encore. More
information to be announced very soon.
Hammond to perform Selections from Reflections on
Debussy at Vale of Glamorgan Festival. 18th November
2014. St David's Hall.
On the 18th of November 2014 at St David's Hall
(part of the Vale of Glamorgan Festival), Clare Hammond will give a lunchtime concert which - among other
works - will feature a selection of pieces from our 'Reflections on Debussy' compilation. The pieces were
written to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Debussy's birth and commissioned by Peter
Clare gave the premiere at Manchester's Bridgewater Hall in
2012, she knows the pieces intimately and we wish her the very greatest
More information and tickets