Carol J Jones is a composer of contemporary classical music, writing chamber, orchestral and vocal music. Informed by scientific methods, her work deconstructs sounds to create lively, joyous compositions. Her work focuses on highlighting our changing understanding of the natural world as well as lesser-heard female stories.
Carol is a Soundhub Associate with the London Symphony Orchestra and is currently finishing a DPhil in Music Composition at the University of Oxford.
Her works have been performed in a variety of spaces, from traditional venues such as Westminster Abbey and Hoddinott Hall to under the trees at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and a concert hall turned planetarium at St John's Smith Square. She has worked with a range of ensembles including the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Southbank Sinfonia, the Orchestra of Opera North, Ligeti Quartet, members of the Heath Quartet, and Joby Burgess.
Her music has been performed in the UK, the Netherlands and the US and has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3, BBC One and BBC World Service.
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