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Survivor Theme
Ripper Street - Goodbye to the prisoner
Britain's Most Historic Towns
The Storming of the Capitol
Fortress Britain
Vodafone Christmas 2021
Morrisons 2020
Ripper Street - I Made Him
Zara 2024
Sky Cinema 2018
US Dep of Health 2022
Capital One | Christmas
Ripper St - Jackson Leaves Mimi
Free Rein - Zoe Chases Pin
Vets4Pets 2022

Jeremy Birchall is a composer for tv drama, documentary, advertising and ballet. He has worked on projects including Ripper Street (BBC1/Amazon), Fortress Britain (Channel 4), Survivor (Banijay), Britain's Most Historic Towns (Channel 4), Elizabeth is Missing (BBC1) and Free Rein (Netflix).


Advertising credits include: M&S, Amazon Alexa, Lenor, Sky, Morrisons, Vodafone and Capital One.


He writes production music for Universal, KPM, BMG, SATV, Faber Music and Grey Man and has had syncs on programmes such as Blue PlanetPanorama, Grand Tour, Top GearIncredible Journeys with Simon Reeve, Watercolour Challenge, The One Show, The Repair Shop, and many more across all UK and international channels.

He also writes for ballet, including two recent collaborations with choreographer Stina Quagebeur: Nostalgia for Northern Ballet, performed at the Royal Opera House, and Catching Colour, a collaboration between English National Ballet and The Line. 


Hungry Ghosts, another collaboration with Stina Quagebeur, commissioned by the Joffrey Ballet in Chicago, will premiere in February, 2024 at the Lyric Opera House. Another ballet project will premiere in July 2024 for BalletX in Philadelphia.

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