September 15 2020
Cockpit Theatre London NW8 8EH
with Peter Edge, baritone
Photography by Laurel Turton
Part of #tatfest2020 www.tete-a-tete.org.uk
Image: Laurel Turton
See J.B.Joyce, making clocks in Shropshire in 1680, transported into the world of trains, telegraph and ever-faster movement. From clocks on village steeples to railway clocks and civic clocks around the world, what does Time look like? Joyce reacts to specially commissioned photography, capturing urban and rural images of Time. Marconi rub shoulders with the Romans. How does Time change and how does it change us? With the digital bleep, does Time stand still?
November 2019: In No Strange Land
Martin’s choral music on Resonus Classics with Sonoro Choir/Neil Ferris.
Scores of all tracks available at
Composer, Mary’s Hand with Di Sherlock and Clare McCaldin, Mezzo-Soprano.
‘The outstanding Mary’s Hand’ – The Independent
‘The writing is linear, finely wrought and daringly spare’ – The Stage
All reviews at McCaldin Arts
Autumn 2018: songs published in New Music Shelf Anthologies of New Music – Sop and Baritone volumes.
Martin Bussey is musical director of the Chester Bach Singers, Cantiones Choir, Oswestry, and a vocal tutor at The University of Manchester. He is Chairman of Finzi Friends and a director of Ludlow English Song.
He taught at Chetham’s School of Music as Director of Choirs and Head of Music in the Curriculum.
Directed BBC Daily Service Singers.