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Quatuor Diotima to perform Coult in Paris

Quatuor Diotima to give the French premiere of Coult’s quartet as part of Présences

Details of Coult chamber opera announced

opera with playwright Alice Birch is a co-production by Music Theatre Wales, Aldeburgh Festival and Theater Magdeburg will be staged in 2020

Coult's String Quartet creates 'new aural possibilities with fascinating results'

A new work for the Arditti Quartet is characterised by unusual tunings

Tom Coult at the Holland Festival

Sonnet Machine, a BBC Philharmonic commission from 2015-16 will receive its Dutch premiere as part of the Holland Festival in June

Tom Coult's St John's Dance opens 2017 Proms

Coult's latest orchestral piece revelas ' a very individual voice'

Faber Composers at the 2017 BBC Proms

A Tom Coult premiere opens the festival, with works by Hillborg, Adès and Coll also featured.

Psappha premiere Coult's 'Two Games and a Nocturne'

The dazzling 11-minute piece for flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, violin and cello was premiered in Manchester in February

‘A Name to Watch’: Coult Premiere Impresses the Critics

Coult’s ‘Spirit of the Staircase’ for 15 players was unveiled in June by the London Sinfonietta

Coult's Sonnet Machine

A dazzling 10-minute orchestral work for the BBC Philharmonic

Coult's Études in a new context

Coult’s Études Nos. 3 & 4 for solo violin revived as part of an evening of live music and film

Limp - an intelligent duo for violin and piano

Coult's inventive duo revived by members of the Fidelio Trio

Publication of Four Perpetual Motions

Beguiling sonorities aplenty in Coult's impressive work for ten players

Coult's 'Beautiful Caged Thing' receives rapturous reception at the Aldeburgh Festival

Coult's vivid song cycle after Oscar Wilde impresses both audience and critics alike

Coult's 'Beautiful Caged Thing' premiered at the Aldeburgh Festival

Ahead of the premiere of his new song cycle, Coult discusses Oscar Wilde, mensuration canons and more.

Britten Sinfonia premiere Coult's My Curves are not Mad

My Curves are not Mad, a 14-minute work for string ensemble inspired by Matisse, receives its premiere by Britten Sinfonia this March

Faber Music signs Tom Coult

Faber Music is delighted to announce a new publishing agreement with Tom Coult, a young composer who, though only twenty-five years of age, has already been championed by many of the UK’s major orchestras and ensembles. Mature, finessed and displaying an inventive and forward-looking musical mind, Coult’s work is an exciting addition to the Faber Music catalogue.