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Orchestral Concerts
(Original music and lyrics)

The Pied Piper Symphonic Tale in Poetry and Song
    [Orchestrated by Charles Cozens]

World Première with the Mississauga Symphony, November 1996
Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, March 1999
Auckland Philharmonia (NZ), June 2000
         Performed by: the New Zealand Opera
         Conductor: Miguel Harth-Bedoya
Calgary Philharmonic, September 2000. 
Edmonton Symphony, September 2000. 
Symphony Nova Scotia, April 2001. 
Charles Cozens    
Denis de Laviolette

Theatrical Productions  (Click for  Recent productions)
(original script/music/lyrics)

Pride and Prejudice - A full-scale production of the musical with a large cast and
                     orchestra  from the well-established Music Theatre Department
                     of Victoria's Claremont School played to enthusiastic audiences
                     8-15 May 2003 at The Ridge Playhouse, Victoria BC.  

Heidi -           A successful 7-week 'Holiday Season'  at Chemainus Theatre,
                     Vancouver Island, BC preceded a new
 full-length musical 
                     production of the Heidi story in Rome

Love in a Minor Key - a Musical Revue. Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts, Ont. 2000. 

An extended version of this show took place at Hamilton Place Studio Theatre, Hamilton, Ont. in February 2004. 

The Pied Piper  - a Children's Musical, based on the poem by Robert Browning.
                     Huron Country Playhouse II, Grand Bend, Ont. 1991.
                     Cambridge Riverfest, Ont.  1993.

The Girl on the Mountain - a Children's Musical, based on the Heidi story. 
                     Huron Country Playhouse II, Grand Bend, Ont. 1990.

A Stitch in Time - a new TransIation/Adaptation of the classic Feydeau farce
                     Tailleur pour Dames with original theme music.
                      Lighthouse Theatre, Port Dover, Ont. 1990.

Pride and Prejudice - a large-scale Musical version of Jane Austen's novel,
                      performed 'in-concert' under the auspices of 
                      Theatre Aquarius, Hamilton, Ont. 1986.

Please... Not in the Nude! - a Translation of George Feydeau's Mais ne t'promène 
                      donc pas toute nue,
with original theme music. 
                      McMaster University, Hamilton, Ont. 1980.


Original Songs
were written for the following:

City of Cambridge Bernice Adams Arts Awards Night, Cambridge Arts Theatre, Ont. 1993.

GLT 's 60th Anniversary Unreal Radio Revue, Cambridge Arts Theatre, Ont. 1993.

Christmas shows by Four Seasons Musical Theatre, Victoria, BC. 1983.

Bottoms Up! - a Summer Show at the Newcombe Theatre, Victoria, BC. 1983.

Cinderella - a Christmas Show, starring Tom Kneebone and Barbara Hamilton, 
                         at Hamilton Place, Hamilton, Ont. 1980.

Original Poems - see Publications 

Original Theme Music
was written for productions of:

The Crucible - Cambridge Arts Theatre, Cambridge, Ont. 1995.

The Dresser - Cambridge Arts Theatre, Cambridge, Ont. 1993.

A Stitch in Time - Lighthouse Theatre, Port Dover, Ont. 1990

Let Sleeping Wives Lie - Macpherson Playhouse, Victoria, BC. 1983.


Radio and Television Performances of Original Songs

The Lord's Prayer and A Christmas Day Carol - performed on CKCO TV
                          during Christmas 1995.

Once Upon a Time in the Rogers Community 20 TV Production of Writers

The Humalong Song  - has been used in the Fred Penner show on CBC Television
                           and played on BBC Radio in the UK. It has also been heard on
                           TV and radio in Victoria, BC.

It's Christmas! - has been performed on television in Ontario and has also been
                            played extensively on radio throughout Canada, and heard on
                            BBC Radio in the UK


Special Performances

An original setting of The Lord's Prayer was sung by the choir of Crathie Church, Aberdeenshire, Scotland (Choirmaster Charles Taylor) in 1993/94            
 in the presence of HM Queen Elizabeth and the Royal Family, 
and performed by the Cambridge Kiwanis Boys' Choir (Choirmaster: James Kropf)
in St. Paul's (London), Canterbury and other major British Cathedrals in 1995/98.

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