for SATB and piano Part of the Voice Junction series, Don't forget tomorrow is an uplifting encore-style piece ideal for college and community choirs, with independent parts during verses and a catchy chorus in harmony - all supported by an infectious samba rhythm from the piano.
Pete Churchill is a composer, pianist, singer, and teacher. He taught for almost twenty years at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and in 2000 became Professor of Jazz Composition at the Royal Academy of Music in London. In his freelance career, he has worked as the British accompanist for jazz-singer Mark Murphy, as a musical director in the West End, and as conductor with the Kenny Wheeler Big Band. As an educator and choral director, Pete has taught at the Sibelius Academy (Finland), at the University of Queensland (Brisbane), and, on behalf of ABRSM, in SE Asia and Hong Kong. His own choir, 'The London Vocal Project', have performed alongside jazz artists such as Dame Cleo Laine and Bobby McFerrin. In 2007 he received the Parliamentary Award for Services to Jazz Education.