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James Roberson



James Roberson is a Graduate of the University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance: Voice) and a Master of Music with First Class Honours (Musicology). James also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching (Secondary) and works as a classroom teacher, studio vocal teacher, performer, and choir director. He is the Director of Liturgical Music at St Ignatius of Loyola Catholic College in Auckland.

James has a passion for new works and his compositions aim to reflect the needs of the performers with whom he comes into contact. His compositions include Southern North: an art song cycle about three iconic Wellington locations for solo voice and piano; Moher Cruinniú: a duet for two voices about the see meeting the cliffs of Moher in Ireland, and Tone Poems: The Storm: a work which aims to capture the contrast between the calm before a storm and the ferocity of the storm in action. James enjoys writing for singers and welcomes the challenge of creating a new work to serve the needs of a group or director.

Composed (3)

Moher Cruinniú

for two voices and piano, 3m 50s

Southern North

for voice and piano, 8m 57s

Tone Poems: The Storm

for solo voice and piano, 6m