Julian Wagstaff

Major current projects:

Breathe Freely - a 'chemistry opera' by Julian Wagstaff

Jules Reed - Scottish Singer/Songwriter and Guitarist

John Paul Jones - epic musical about the American Revolutionary hero

The Turing Test opera - Support the UK Tour 2013!

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Forthcoming Concerts
This page is updated with information about forthcoming concerts and events featuring works by composer Julian Wagstaff as they are announced. Concerts are also listed on concert-diary.com

Wednesday, 6 August 2014 at 5:30pm
Place: St Fillan's Church, Aberdour, Scotland
The Aberdour Festival plays host to a performance of Julian's Wagstaff's piano trio A Persistent Illusion, commissioned by the Royal Society of Chemistry (local section) in 2011. The performers are Jean Johnson (clarinet), Justyna Jablonska (cello) and Andrew Johnston (piano).

Wednesday, 10 September 2014
Time: 7.30pm
Place: Dalkeith Arts Centre, Dalkeith, Scotland
The Midfest Festival plays host to a performance of Julian's Wagstaff's piano trio A Persistent Illusion, commissioned by the Royal Society of Chemistry (local section) in 2011. The performers are Jean Johnson (clarinet), Mark Bailey (cello) and Andrew Johnston (piano).

August 2015 (TBC)
Edinburgh Festival Fringe
A new show entitled Almost You - the music and songs of Julian Wagstaff is currently being developed in association with the Pleasance for presentation on the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The production will feature some of the highlights from Julian's chamber music, together with songs and arias from his musicals and operas of the past fifteen years. The running time will be approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.





Past Performances
A comprehensive list of past performances of Julian Wagstaff's works can be found on the Scottish Music Centre website: