Institute of Musicians logo. Jeffery Wilson is a fellow of the Institute of Musicians.

For a toe tapping interlude to your day, why not visit the Cramphorn Studio Theatre in Chelmsford, where music is on the menu most Wednesday Lunchtimes starting at 1pm.


Click here for information about the upcoming concerts.



I have been most fortunate in life to have played with some fine musicians and written for same. It is with unbridled delight that I introduce 'TRIPTYCH' to you via this little YouTube promo.



We played at the Maldon Festival this year on July the 5th. 


Premiere of Saxophone Concerto

for Rob Buckland

My new Saxophone Concerto for Rob Buckland represents an important development in my own compositional direction. The soloist in this new music will be the individual dealing with life and society, the ensemble will be that very society. We are all touched by the highs and lows of our existence and the impact we have on others. Some of us suffer the lows privately and without notice and others react in a myriad of ways. In response to loved ones, friends and colleagues who have wrestled with issues of mental health, I dedicate this work plus much of the future activity of 'Environ Music', my music and education umbrella company. I anticipate committing a percentage of royalties from the concerto and funds from Environ Music initiatives towards Help Musicians UK.


Having played the Saxophone myself for over 45 years it seemed timely to pen a concerto for this most iconic instrument and to combine elements of improvisation with more formal compositional techniques. This is a musical language that has been forming over the years and now, I feel, is coming to fruition. I can think of no better  player than Rob Buckland to animate my music.

The premiere took place at St Anne's, Limehouse, March 2018

with the Docklands Sinfonia under Spencer Down

The wind orchestra premier will be given by the Central Band of the Royal Air Force soon.


Should you wish to join in this creative venture by supporting the commission then please do consider making a donation, no matter how small to:


or send a cheque to:

Environ Music

5 Church Green




Environ Music

Account Number 84215976

Sort Code 60-24-77

For a reminder of the orchestral version with the Docklands Sinfonia please click below:-

On February 10, 2017 at Regent Hall (The Salvation Army), London the following concert including the premiere of Blow Bugle Blow by Jeffery Wilson took place.

To listen to Blow Bugle Blow please click on the button below:

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On February 4th 2017 at Morley College, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HT, HM Band The Welsh Guards gave the world premiere of Jeffery Wilson's Clarinet Concerto 'The Fallen'. Dedicated to the Welsh Guards in commemoration of 100 years of service.

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The  premiere of a new cantata, Heart of the Sun, with music by Jeffery Wilson and libretto by Bez Berry took place recently at St Andrew's Church, Boreham. 


The premiere of a new choral work, The Light of Glory, with music  by Jeffery Wilson and words by Bez Berry, written for the Chapel Choir of Chigwell School under their conductor Howard Ebden took place recently at at St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square. A second performance of this new work took place at St Margaret’s Church, Westminster Abbey.

A Festive Evening of Classical & Christmas Delights

including the premiere of "Give My Heart" by Jeffery Wilson


took place recently at
St Botolphs Church Colchester

I am so pleased to write that The Nelson Consort under Oliver Hancock just sent me this recording of my Ave Virgo Sanctissima.
Such clarity and beauty and concern for detail.
I hope my dear Ma would approve. Very moving for me.

Have you ever  wanted to give a loved one or friend a truly unique gift?



Ever thought about commissioning an original piece of music? A setting of your favourite poem perhaps or  a new instrumental piece with a 'theme' or sentiment? Jeffery has over 35 years of composing experience in Classical, Jazz, Theatre and Commercial Music writing. Your music could be recorded and the original manuscript framed or bound. We can even arrange a 'live' performance too!


Listen to a piece of music I wrote for my wonderful wife, Viv.


So, even if not a musician yourself, send an email to

His 'Circus Acts' for Clarinet Quartet  (Dedicated to 'Exchanging blows') is the first of his to be taken by Pack-a-Punch
Saxtet Publications have several of Jeffery's pieces and 2017 sees still more to be added by this dedicated publisher

Camden Music are long time supporters of his output and the latest publication may come as a surprise to many...

New Publisher for Jeffery.

For a toe tapping interlude to your day, why not visit the Cramphorn Studio Theatre in Chelmsford, where music is on the menu most Wednesday Lunchtimes starting at 1pm.


Click here for information about the Wednesday lunchtime concerts.
Tantalise your musical tastebuds with a varied programme brought to you by talented local artists and professional musicians, from jazz to classical, woodwind to strings and a generous helping of fine vocals.
The Cramphorn Foyer offers drinks and bar snacks.


Wednesday 4th September - Aurora Voices return to the Cramphorn Theatre with a programme of classic songs from top West End Musicals including Wicked, Beauty and the Beast and Ragtime

Wednesday 11th September - Gala Concert to celebrate 30 years of free concerts in Chelmsford. For more details please click on the link:-

Wednesday 18th September - An eclectic mix of modern day pop songs stripped back of all paraphernalia and arranged for piano and voice. Two regular performers, Simone Perks and Paul Mardon take on songs you don’t get to hear live very often with style and panache. 

Wednesday 25th September - Penny, Kevin and Sue are pleased to announce that they are now officially The Bell Trio. They would however, like it known that rumours of rehearsal time spent in a hostelry of the same name, are greatly exaggerated! They return to The Cramphorn with a varied programme of music for clarinets, saxophones and piano.

A relaxed concert at 2.15pm for our special needs friends

(all are welcome).

Wednesday 9th October – A duo formed at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. A Violin and Guitar duo playing works from all over the world and from many eras. The music is arranged by the performers. Expect some other instruments too! Sophie-Anne Chaplin (Violin) Andrew Liddell (Guitar)

Wednesday 16th October - Gradevole will be performing a mixture of exquisite clarinet duets and trios with the piano for your lunchtime escape. 

Wednesday 23rd October - Flautista and Friends, present a varied program of French flute and vocal music, folk songs with guitar and a bit of Baroque to finish! 

Wednesday 30th October - Little 2 Big Voices are looking forward to returning to the Cramphorn Theatre this Autumn under the Direction of Singer Jane Parker.  Jane set up her vocal group in 2015 for young people, giving them an opportunity to perform. In weekly classes, Jane nurtures their talent and they learn to sing in all genres.  She helps them to develop as a soloist and as being part of an ensemble.  In concerts she has raised over £2,000 for charity. 

N.B. No relaxed concert performance on Wednesday 30th October

Wednesday 6th November - Guy Madgwick and Victor Savant offer programme of virtuosic new music for Clarinet and Piano. Be assured of some musical fireworks here.

Wednesday 4th December - Duologue, Penny and Gerry are delighted to return with a new selection of Latin music for clarinet and guitar, with a light sprinkling of pre-seasonal cheer.

Wednesday 11th December - Seawolf and Christie are an indie duo of cello, guitars, keyboards and voice. Their music is vibrant, original and uplifting . They perform an eclectic mix of songs like 'Sea Horses' and 'The Edge of Mystery’ as well as creating mesmeric improvisations and adding into the mix hilarious songs such as ’ The casting couch'. The duo regularly perform sets at Dean Friedman's gigs. 

A relaxed concert at 2.15pm for our special needs friends

(all are welcome).

Wednesday 18th December - Anne Chorley and Elizabeth Rossi are looking forward to returning with a programme of seasonal music for flute and harp.

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