Welcome! British composer Rosemary Duxbury writes music in
the classical style ‘to touch the heart and inspire the soul’.
Her music is available on mp3, on cd, in sheet music form and performed
in the concert repertoire, for film and with multi-media.

”...an ethereal quality with enormous breadth...the effect was of a potent lightness,calling to my mind at least a sense of mystic journey and resolution
Jane Pearson writing for 'Women in Music Now'

Beautiful and pure 
Jonathan Harvey, British composer.


New British piano music for the 21st century

Spiritual, minimalist piano music combined with a romantic, impressionistic heritage - this is piano music for the 21st century, described by audiences as pure, beautiful, profound and 'an elixir for the soul'.

CD & individual track downloads available from CD Baby:


Delighted to hear that ‘Light Falling’ (for string orchestra & harp) will be broadcast on the American radio show in Florida, ‘Music of our Mothers’,  on Wednesday, March 22nd 2017, (between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m.) Delighted also to be a featured composer on the show’s companion website, www.musicofourmothers.com


Stream the show live on iheartradio.com

Read more about Light Falling recorded by the Italian orchestra  Sinfonica Aosta, conducted by Emmanuel Siffert. 

‘Light Falling’ is on the album ‘Streams’ which can be downloaded at https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/duxbury

World Premiere in Montreal, Canada on April 9 2017:

Delighted to announce the World Premiere of my new choral piece “The Pure One” (words by poet Alan Rycroft). It will be given in by Vox Luminosa (Conductor Claudel Callender) on Sunday April 9 2017.  This is to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the choir and will take place at Église historique de la Purification B.V.M,  445 Rue Notre-Dame in Repentigny, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The  programme will include Vivaldi’s Gloria and music by Ennio Morricone, John Williams and Vangelis. Thrilled to be featured in this lovely program and in such a beautiful location. Repentigny is an off-island suburb of Montreal, Quebec, located north of Montreal on the lower end of the L'Assomption River and on the Saint Lawrence River.

Recent Performances:

Pianist Marvin Rosen performing my
piano piece “Release” in a concert entitled ‘Contemporary Piano Miniatures by Women Composers’ as part of the Westminster Conservatory faculty recital series in Princeton, New Jersey USA.

“Songs of the Mysterious” presented in Alton, Hampshire, England.

Sara Burnie (Soprano), Sarah Bird (flute), Owain Clarke (Celtic Harp) and Veronica Austin (tam-tam), performing my "Songs of the Mysterious"  at the Alton Maltings in Alton, Hampshire. "Songs of the Mysterious" is a setting of poetry by English poet Jay Ramsay. http://www.rosemaryduxbury.com/sounds/Songs of the Mysterious extract mp3.mp3

Read more about my songs

Video of “Kabir says...” now available to watch on Youtube.

Premieres given in London and Munich.

“Kabir says...” received its World Premiere at St
Sepulchre’s Church, Hoborn, London, performed by world class soprano Katerina Mina and pianist Andrea Benecke, in a concert entitled "A Celebration of Music by Female Composers”.  St Sepulchre’s made a fine venue for this premiere as it is known as The Musicians’ church. The German premiere took place the following evening at the Rubenstein Hall, Steinwayhaus, in Munich

Read more about “Kabir says...”

‘Ashes’ wins Best International Feature Film at Garden State!

Delighted to let you all know that ‘Ashes’ won Best International Feature at the Garden State Film Festival  this year.

Just being part of such a superb and well respected festival was thoroughly amazing, so winning there is very special. Thrilled to be part of the Bradgate Films team and their excellent work.


Caduceus magazine review of “Mirrors of Light”
(Caduceus is one of the UK’s leading Arts, Healing and Spirituality magazines.)

“(the) music is both of its time and ahead of it: it is a bringing of spirit to matter in the medium of sound that touches the highest levels of lightness and grace”

ay Ramsay, poetry editor and reviewer writes,

“I always tell people that Rosemary Duxbury is the real thing. She’s a rare phenomenon: a modern, female, classically trained composer whose work is in the tradition of Elgar and Benjamin Britten, and who is also inspired by Stockhausen, Keith Jarrett and the possibilities of computer technology. She’s also deeply inspired by poetry...”
Read the full review...

Jay Ramsay is poetry editor for Caduceus, and works in private practice as a UKCP-accredited psychosynthesis psychotherapist in Stroud and London. His new collection Monuments is now available from Waterloo Press. www.jayramsay.co.uk