Chris Hutchings is a composer, conductor, tutor, and singer based in Edinburgh; his works have been performed around the world, and his awards include the New London Singers Composition Prize, the Chigwell Choir Composition Prize, and the Temple Church Composition Prize. He has received commissions from several choirs in the USA and UK. His current project, Choirs Against Racism, has received attention and performances around the world.

Adeste FidelesVoicing: SSAATBB  Accompaniment: Organ  Performance Length: 4:18  Notation: Standard  Text Source: John Francis Wade (1711-86)  Language: Latin  Seasonal/Liturgical Uses: Advent, Christmas, Carol Services, Lessons And Carols  Descriptive Terms: Carol, Celebration, Faith  First Performance: Dec 17, 2016: Wimbledon Choral Society, Neil Ferris, St Paul’s Southfields, London Text Setting Composer’s Notes Source for Scores (P:E 627/628~2017-Q2)
Where Are My Unnumbered Days?Voicing: SSATB  Solo(s): Soprano  Optional Accompaniment: Piano  Performance Length: 5:00  Notation: Standard  Text Source: Mohamed Assaf  Language: English  Descriptive Terms: Beauty, Flowers, Immigration, Racism, Refugees  First Performance: Apr 12, 2019: Wicker Park Singers, Chicago, Mark Tomasino, Chicago Text Setting Composer’s Notes Source for Scores (P:E 627/1149~2020-Q3)