links related to the musical John Paul Jones
This page contains links to organisations and individuals associated with the musical John Paul Jones, including past productions. Please get in touch if you would like to exchange links.
Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Formed in 1974, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) is one of Scotland's five National Performing Arts Companies and is internationally recognised for its innovative approach to music-making and programme planning. The SCO performed a new concert version of Julian Wagstaff's musical John Paul Jones at the Queen's Hall, Edinburgh in September 2010.
Consort of Voices
Based in Edinburgh and founded in 1991, the Consort of Voices (COV) specialises in performances of a cappella music and small-scale choral repertoire from the 15th century to the present day; it is one of the most versatile groups of its kind. COV joined the Scottish Chamber Orchestra for two performances of a new concert version of Julian Wagstaff's musical John Paul Jones in September 2010 in Edinburgh.
The Queen's Hall
Legendary Edinburgh venue, and home to the 2010 professional concert production of John Paul Jones.
Official website of the composer Julian Wagstaff - composer of John Paul Jones.
Website of actor, singer and cabaret artist Helen Wilding, who played the part of Countess Nicolson in the 2010 production of John Paul Jones with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
Profile page of actor and singer Natalie Toyne, who played the part of Janet Taylor in the 2010 production of John Paul Jones.
Website of actor, singer and voiceover artist John Canmore, who played the part of Benjamin Franklin in John Paul Jones.
Mick McGarr's recording company. Mick wrote many of the orchestrations for the 2001 production of John Paul Jones, and produced the original (2001) cast recording. Mick specialises in providing highly cost-effective production solutions for songwriters.
The Scottish Music Centre
The premiere on-line resource for all Scottish traditional and concert music. Includes composer profiles. The Scottish Music centre keeps detailed information on past performances of all of Julian Wagstaff's works, and publishes several of them - including John Paul Jones
Scott Louden Photography
Scott took the excellent sets of photographs for both the 2001 and 2010 productions of John Paul Jones.
Tempo Musical Productions
Website of Tempo Musical Productions - associate producers of the 2001 community production of John Paul Jones.
Armada - the musical
Website of the musical 'Armada' by Rob Winlow. A gripping romantic comedy portraying the courage of a remarkable girl who fends off the mighty Spanish Armada.
The Turing Test
Website of the opera The Turing Test by John Paul Jones composer Julian Wagstaff.
Julian Wagstaff's short opera about Polish revolutionary socialist Stanislaw Hempel, set during World War II. This opera was commissioned by Edinburgh University in 2013 and produced with the support of Scottish Opera in the same year.