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Will Todd is busy composing, conducting and presenting.  Scroll down for the latest news.  Visit Music Performances to find out about a performance of Will’s music near you.  Visit Will Todd Appearances to find out about who Will is visiting in the world in the next few months.

New Will Todd titles from Boosey & Hawkes

Boosey and Hawkes have extended their Will Todd catalogue to include 5 more ravishing works with a seasonal flavour. See Amid the Winter's Snow, In this Place, Two Extra Jazz Carols, and Vidi Speciosam

New Tyalgum titles

Tyalgum Press are delighted to announce the addition of three new Will Todd works to the catalogue. Whisper Him My Name; Lights, Stories, Noise, Dreams, Love & Noodles; and Blessed Are The Peacemakers.

Will Todd’s Clarinet Concerto debuts at number 3 in the Classical Charts!

Emma Johnson's recording of Will Todd's Clarinet Concerto recorded with the BBC Concert Orchestra on the Nimbus label entitled An English Fantasy debuts at number 3 in the Specialist Classical Charts. “Delightful new repertoire for the clarinet to savour" Classic FM "impish and jazzy" Gramophone Magazine Buy CD iTunes Download link

Santiago Quartet record Will Todd’s Birthday String Quartet

Will is back in the recording studio on Sunday this time with the Santiago Quartet who are recording his Birthday String Quartet on 11th July for their new album Language of the Heart. Language of the Heart is an indiegogo funded project that has developed lots of exciting facets, one of which is a collaboration with MIND, the mental health charity, for whom they are raising money. The upcoming CD, Language of the Heart, will feature tracks by Argentinean composer and bandoneonist, Astor Piazzolla, in collaboration with César Olguin.


This summer Hertfordshire Chorus and the BBC Concert Orchestra will record Will Todd's setting of ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE, the much-loved poem by Keats.