Kate Honey

Kate Honey (born 1991) is a Cambridge-based composer and music teacher. She read music at the University of Cambridge, graduating with a First in Free Composition and the Arthur Bliss Prize in Composition.  In August 2013 she studied Advanced Composition at Dartington International Summer School in 2013 with Francesco Antonioni. Her work Stay Together Learn the Flowers Go Light(commissioned by the PRSF) was premiered by Peter Sheppard Skaerved and Roderick Chadwick at Kettles Yard Gallery in April 2014. She has also written for Tom Poster, the Britten Sinfonia, Robinson College Chapel Choir and the Halesowen Orchestra.

Kate has a strong interest in socially and environmentally engaged music, with particular interest in artistic responses to climate change. She also has a preoccupation with multimedia and audiovisuality. Her current teacher is Richard Causton, and she has also studied with Giles Swayne and Jeremy Thurlow.


Sylvia Lim
Laura Moody
Philip Venables
Ayanna Witter-Johnson
Raymond Yiu
Eleanor Alberga
Jacob Fitzgerald
Anna Disley-Simpson
Ruari Paterson-Achenbach
Tom Coult
Lisa Illean
Matthew Grouse
Errollyn Wallen
Oliver Leith
Benjamin Graves
Robin Haigh
Kevin Leomo
Joseph Davies
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Elena Igotti
Mira Calix
Alex Mills
Darren Bloom
Dominic Wills
Alexia Sloane
Anna Appleby
Jia Chai
Andrew Thomas
Emily Hall
Joel Rust
Timothy Salter
Eloise Gynn
Deborah Pritchard
Andy Ingamells
William Marsey
Elis Czerniak
Soosan Lolavar
Kate Whitley
Stevie Wishart
Ewan Campbell
Jethro Cooke
Edwin Hillier
James Joslin
Timothy Cape
Edward Henderson
Stephen Williams
Gareth Wood
Sasha Millwood
Graham Ross
Jeremy Thurlow
James Brady
Kate Honey
Aleksandr Brusentsev
Kim Ashton
Misha Mullov-Abbado
Freya Waley-Cohen
Josephine Stephenson
Ed Scolding
Giles Swayne
Lloyd Coleman
Jonathan Woolgar
William Cole