Composers Edition

Founded by Dan Goren and launched in 2013, Composers Edition is a unique publishing enterprise, which works to bring composers and performers together, and facilitates and celebrates music making involving contemporary repertoire. 

The Composers Edition team is especially focussed on opening up new music to musicians and programmers who might feel uncertain about what and how to programme or commission new work.

Our roster of more than 80 internationally recognised composers come from all over the world, although many live and work in the UK. From BBC Proms to car park performances, concertos for some of the worlds finest soloists to choral works created especially for community choirs, they are a diverse bunch! What they all have in common is a great track record in composing inspiring new musical works for musicians and audiences alike.

Composers Edition has developed a new range of services to help leisure-time choirs, groups and orchestras to programme and commission new music.

  • Great repertoire ideas - get in touch, tell us about yourself and we’ll find the most suitable musical works for you
  • Affordable parts - never let budgets get in the way of wonderful music experiences
  • Publicity - let us help you celebrate your event every time you programme our composers’ works, plus celebratory scores and parts to mark every commission
  • Commissioning service - our unique match-making service will help you find the perfect composer

Making Music member discount

Making Music members get a 10% discount on all purchases, hire and commissioning

And in special celebration of our joining the Making Music family the first five Making Music Members to contact us and go on to programme or commission will get a double discount of 20%!

Use discount code CE-MM-21HSU when checking out online or call get in touch by email or phone: 

Website: composersedition.com

Email: ceclub@composersediiton.com

Tel: 0330 223 0558

 


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