James Morgan and Juliette Pochin formed their partnership Morgan Pochin whilst undergraduates at Cambridge, and have gone on to work in a huge variety of fields, from EMMY award winning TV series to UK album chart successes, feature films and compositions for the concert platform and stage.
They have produced many artists such as Alfie Boe, Robert Plant, Collabro, Nick Jonas, Katherine Jenkins, Aled Jones, Ronaldo Villazón, Alexander Armstrong, Joe McElderry and Dame Vera Lynn. Their numerous CDs for Decca, Sony, SYCO and Classic FM are regularly found in the album charts.
See Discography for full list.
- First Night (Richard E Grant, Sarah Brightman), soundtrack album on Sony
- Quartet (Dustin Hoffman's directorial debut, starring Dame Maggie Smith, Sir Tom Courtenay and Billy Connelly)
- Killing Jesus (National Geographic and Ridley Scott production)
- Armstrong and Miller (C4)
- The Kumars at no. 42 (Emmy / BAFTA award)
- According to Becs (BBC1)
- Sermon from St Albion's (Harry Enfield / Ian Hislop)
- War Months (Discovery)
- The Thing about Vince (Timothy Spall - ITV), Horizon (BBC1)
- Save the Children's TV ad campaign (Christmas 2013)
They are attached to two films currently in development.
Their music has been broadcast on BBC R2 and 3, Classic FM and on BBC TV and ITV, including the Classical Brits, and performed by most of the major UK orchestras. They were commissioned by the Brighton Festival to compose a new guide to the orchestra for families with poet Michael Rosen called The Great Enormo, a Kerfuffle in B flat. It was performed by the CLS at Brighton Dome, the CBSO at Birmingham Symphony Hall, the South Bank (Imagine Festival) and it was translated into Portuguese for performances in Porto. Other commissions include Kubla Khan for the Philharmonia Orchestra, brass band and chorus, Kyrie premiered on BBC R3 with the BBC Singers, orchestration for Tangier Tattoo for Glyndebourne, Diva (Danielle De Niese), Peter Gabriel, Fatboy Slim, Michael Bolton, and Katie Melua. More recently they were commissioned to compose Invictus, a Cantata for Freedom for orchestra and massed choirs premiered at the Brighton Dome as part of the Magna Carta celebrations.