Cevanne is a daring Anglo-Armenian composer, singer & harper from Suffolk.

Her work is grounded in the British isles, digging into their rich soil to find artefacts which one would not always imagine to be native.

Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian was a winner of the 2017 British Composer Awards, and a double-nominee. She was recently the composer-in-residence with the London Symphony Orchestra at the National Trust property 575 Wandsworth Road (2015 – 2017), generously supported by LSO Patron Susie Thomson, and she was previously resident at Handel & Hendrix in London (2012 – 2014).

Cevanne has balanced a diverse portfolio, with commissions ranging from the London Jazz Festival, BBC Radio 3, and a bilingual music drama for Swedish National Radio (Prix Marulic finalist 2015). She has recently written for Trish Clowes’ 2017 album and Emulsion Sinfonietta; the BBC Singers; and for Clarence Adoo’s latest HighNote technology, thanks to the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Press download: Cevanne Biog & CV
Image credits: Martha Orbach – binary code ‘stars’ animation for The Evolution of Eve oratorio 2012. Photos from Handel House by JCGriffiths.




Big Ears

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Jessica Hynes wrote ‘Peekaboogie’ and I arranged it for her to sing with the Big Ears Band, which is on iTunes here

You can also buy an actual CD! It comes with a poster of my lyrics and doodles and two Ear Stickers

If you would like to donate to this project and the next, I will compose a line of music out of your name and send it to you.

Coming soon – The Evolution of Eve EP. Featuring Manu Delago

“Big Ears rewards the careful listener” The Girls Are. ****


eyemusic and other scores are made to order by Phyllis Tweed Publications Ltd.

Please see list of works and get in touch for prices and PDF options.



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CEVANNE handel-hendrix upI blog and vlog for my residencies with the London Symphony Orchestra, and previously Handel House.  
I’ll do some personal ones here, too.