Julian Revie is currently Associate Director of Music at Saint Thomas More, the Catholic Chapel at Yale University. Prior posts include serving as Organist at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Ottawa, Canada and Director of the Choir of Robinson College at Cambridge University. Mr. Revie’s compositions for chorus, solo instruments, chamber ensembles and orchestra have been performed around the world in venues including Carnegie Hall and the Sydney Opera House. He holds degrees in Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics from Yale University and Caltech in the United States and a Master’s in Composition from Cambridge University in Great Britain.

Recent News

Exhilarating World Premiere Inspired by Yale Composer, Nobel Laureate and Bird DNA - Classical Post

"Australian-Canadian composer Julian Darius Revie’s world premiere of Arise had New Yorkers spellbound at St. Thomas Church on Fifth Avenue last Saturday." - Classical Post

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"Julian Darius Revie's Mass Brings Carnegie Hall Alive" - NPR News & Classical Music

"Revie manages to pack a plethora of imaginative choral and instrumental writing into the work’s 12-minute span. He is clearly a rising and significant choral composer." - South Florida Classical Review





Saturday, March 23 2019 
3:00 PM  
Saint Thomas Church  
Fifth Avenue and 53rd Street  
New York City   

Internationally renowned organist Chelsea Chen premiered a new work by Julian Darius Revie for organ, genetic sequence, and recorded song of extinct bird at Saint Thomas Church in New York City. 

Revie’s new piece, Arise

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