James Morgan and Juliette Pochin first wrote together for the Footlights at Cambridge, and have since established themselves as one of the most versatile and talented partnerships in the UK, working as composers, arrangers and record producers. For TV they have written for BBC, ITV, C4, C5, Sky and the Discovery Channel, for shows starring Timothy Spall, Harry Enfield, Armstrong and Miller, and Jessica Stevenson, including the EMMY/BAFTA winning the Kumars at No.42. Other credits include the Brit-nominated no.1 album Katherine Jenkins-Premiere, Elton John, Julian Lloyd Webber, and Juliette's own recording debut Venezia, released on Sony BMG to critical acclaim in 2006. Their compositions and arrangements have been recorded and performed by a number of internationally renowned orchestras, including their monumental setting of Kubla Khan by the Philharmonia Orchestra in 2005. Plans include two feature films for Oscar winning producer Stephen Evans (Madness of King George, Much Ado about nothing), Juliette's second album - the Domestic Diva - out in spring 2009, and a new album for Classic FM/UCJ - Songs without Words, out now.

In addition to their composing, James is a conductor, working with artists as diverse as Glyndebourne, ENO, Andrea Bocelli, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Il Divo. Juliette is an acclaimed mezzo soprano, nicknamed 'the Domestic Diva' by the Daily Mail, who is currently recording the follow up to her successful debut album, Venezia (Sony BMG), as well as touring in a big summer series of outdoor Proms throughout the UK, and appearances in Venice, Canada (for the UN) and New York. For more information, to register for a free download and for interactive fun visit:

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