All of the music here has been made available freely to support refugees and immigrants. If you’re performing to fundraise for an appropriate cause, you can download it for free: if you’d like to use the music for something else, please make a donation before downloading.

Download music for your choir – 10 pieces available for all levels of choir, from children and community choirs to professional singers, in various arrangements. Latest (May 2021): These Are Our Neighbours (The Kenmure Street Song) by Chris Hutchings. For 4 equal voice parts plus stamping and clapping, very easy, for protesting!

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Latest news: February 2021 – thank you to the Azusa Pacific University Chamber Singers, led by Michelle Jensen, who are working on a virtual choir project with “Three Memories of Kurdistan” and invited me and Aine McAllister (the lyricist for the piece) to talk to them on Zoom! Hopefully we will soon have recordings of their project to share.

“I Was Listening To A Pogrom” (words by Michael Rosen) was performed as part of “Occupy The Pianos” on 18th October 2020 in St John’s Smith Square, London, by Rolf Hind and LorĂ© Lixenberg. A recording is now available – click here to watch the concert!