Upcoming Projects


- In addition to One Home: An Environmental Symphony, I'm hugely excited about a new, generous commission for my Second Symphony from the States of Jersey, in memory of those who suffered and died in the Great War, scheduled for performance in time for the centenary of the Armistice in 2018.

- There will be a vlog released later in 2017, which documents a gradual journey through the story of the family who inspired this symphony, including trips to France, Jersey and other parts of the UK.

- also working on a full set of Piano Preludes, one quarter of which are now complete.

Past Projects


July 2017:

- completed Prelude in D-sharp


- 'Twelve Tone Tennis' released


June 2017:

- Proud to be judging the Royal College of Music Student's Film Orchestra Composition Competition

April 2017:

- Full work on the Second Symphony commences

- Finished working as assistant for Max Richter on a wide range of projects including Hostiles starring Rosamund Pike and Christian Bale, Guerrilla for Sky, Taboo for the BBC, The Leftovers for HBO, Waltz With Bashir Live, Three Worlds: Music from Woolf Works and a number of other projects

January 2017:


- Completed Prelude in D Minor


- Recording the incredible Gorkem Sen playing his world-renowned Yaybahar in Istanbul for Max Richter's score to a new feature film starring Rosamund Pike and Christian Bale, directed by Scott Cooper

December 2016:

- Proud to be judging the Royal College of Music's Students' Film Orchestra Composition Competition again. There have been many fantastic entries this time.

November 2016:

- Completed Prelude in Ab major

October 2016:

- Began a new position assisting composer Max Richter on The Leftovers, Guerrilla, Taboo, Hostiles, Waltz With Bashir Live, Exiles and other projects

August 2016:

- Completed Prelude in A major

March 2016:


- Mainly Two release video featuring Mayflies

(from 1:29 in)

January 2016:


- Theme from 'Stay' for piano and string orchestra is now available on youtube:

© 2017 by Charlie Mauleverer, edited by William Rule