Gina Fergione


Gina studied composition at Dartington and is intending to embark on a PhD course in performance and composition in 2024. Here is a list of recent works:-

  • Rice – A Capella piece for Women’s Choir performed at Dartington
  • “Salakele Vago” –  for two voices  was performed at the Stoke Newington Contemporary Music Festival in 2013.
  • “Alalkan”, based on a newly discovered fragment of Alkan’s music, for string quartet performed by the Rumore Quartet at the SNCMF 2013.
  • “Marvellous in our Eyes” inspired by texts of Queen Elizabeth 1 by Lynda Morgan for soprano and piano performed by Sarah Leonard and Stephen Gutman at the Benslow Music Hall, Hitchen in 2014.
  • “The Heron”, 2015, for Jane Manning, performed at the Tête à Tête Festival, King’s Place.
  • Gina was awarded a composers residency at Imogen Holst’s former house through the Britten-Pears Association during the month of February 2016.
  • In November 2017 Gina was commissioned to write a piece, Lady Jane Grey, for the Silver Songbirds Choir and soloist Hannah Dienes-Williams to be performed in the Tower of London on February 12th 2018.
  • “A Rose is a Rose, is a Rose “ and the 6th movement (for voices and sarangi) of Irma, interpretative opera by Tom Philips for the Vocal Constructivists. 2019
  • “Emily – ‘That Bloody Woman’”, chamber opera for voice, bagpipes, electronics, speaker and field recordings. Performed at the Stoke Newington Contemporary Music Festival 2022. The Journal of the Bagpipe Society magazine, Chanter, included a two page interview with Gina in the 2022 Summer edition.