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Contact

Me and my People

Representation

Artist Management
Classical commissions and concert inquiries Claire Long
Music Productions Ltd
+44 (0) 1753 783 739
claire[at]musicprods.co.uk
Film/TV Agent
Film, TV, and video game scoring inquiries Sarah Kovacs
Kraft-Engel Management
818-380-1918
sarah[at]kraft-engel.com
Music Publisher
Most licensing inquiries Concord/Boosey & Hawkes
Visit licensing page
Press Contact
All media inquiries Meg Davies
Music Productions Ltd
+44 (0) 1753 783 739
meg[at]musicprods.co.uk
Music Publisher
Specialty licensing inquiries Sean Patrick Flahaven
Chief Theatricals Executive
Concord
212-598-2291
sean.flahaven[at]concord.com

Concert Rentals

North America
US Rental
Boosey & Hawkes
212-358-5300
usrental[at]boosey.com
Rest-of-World
UK Hire
Boosey & Hawkes
+44 (0) 20 7054 7241
ukhire[at]boosey.com

Sheet Music

North America
Hal Leonard
Visit website
Rest-of-World
Musicroom
Visit website

Mailing List

Join the mailing list for a free download of 'Iza Ngomso', and keep up to date about concerts and new releases.


Frequently Asked Questions

All Christopher’s works are published by Boosey and Hawkes or Hal Leonard. Please check the individual works in the SHEET MUSIC tab for information on individual pieces. If the work you’d like to perform isn’t listed, please email info[at]musicprods.co.uk.
Firstly, thank you! All commission requests can be sent to Christopher’s manager – Claire Long – at claire[at]musicprods.co.uk.
All conducting enquiries can be sent to Christopher’s manager – Claire Long – at claire[at]musicprods.co.uk.
Please send all communication to info[at]musicprods.co.uk. We guarantee that all messages are received by Christopher however due to the volume received, it’s not always possible to reply to each message personally. Alternatively, you can always message Christopher on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Please email info[at]musicprods.co.uk and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Christopher has a number of signed items available in his Webstore, including CDs, vinyl, sheet music, and occasionally handwritten special editions of some of his most popular works.
All interview requests can be sent to Meg at Music Productions on meg[at]musicprods.co.uk.
If you’re interested in working with Christopher at Tin Works, please check the Hiring page.
If you're making any sort of production where you would like to utilize Christopher's music under any sort of still imagery, video footage, or even as background music on a website, you have to obtain two licenses:

  1. A Sync License, for the rights to use the composition
  2. A Master Use License, for the rights to use the recording

The Sync License can be obtained by emailing his publishing representatives at Concord Music, found on the Contact page. The Master Use license can be obtained by emailing directly info[at]musicprods.co.uk. This is true regardless of whether it's a for-profit or charity video.

Christopher is very open to being sampled. In fact, he has been sampled in the past by artists from a wide range of genres, from hip-hop to EDM. In order to sample one of his songs, you'll have to get the same two licenses you would if you were looking to license it for use in a film, TV show, commercial, or video game:

  1. A Sync License, for the rights to use the composition
  2. A Master Use License, for the rights to use the recording

The Sync License can be obtained by emailing his publishing representative at Concord Music, Sean Patrick Flahaven at sean.flahaven[at]concord.com. The Master Use license can be obtained by emailing info[at]musicprods.co.uk.

Yes please! We love seeing them! But make sure you credit 'Christopher Tin' as the composer, in addition to the name of the piece, in the video title. Also bear in mind that his publishers, Concord Music/Boosey & Hawkes, will potentially run ads on the video. Also, if this is a new arrangement of his music, please see the next FAQ.
If you're creating a new sheet music arrangement of one of his works for public performance (i.e. school concert, church concert, etc.) you'll need to get a simple arranging license from Hal Leonard. Just bear in mind that there are a few conditions:

  1. You have to credit 'Christopher Tin' as the composer.
  2. You can't sell or give away free downloads of the sheet music of your arrangement to people outside of your performing ensemble, without obtaining a license from his publisher, Concord Music.
  3. In order to sell, or distribute to streaming services, recordings of your performance, you need to get a standard mechanical license from the Harry Fox Agency.
It's a convention borrowed from the film scoring world. When you're recording scores for film, TV, or video games, the orchestra players don't get a chance to practice the music before the session; they just show up and sightread it. Omitting key signatures and just putting the accidentals in the bars makes it easier to sightread, particularly for pieces that are highly chromatic, or modulate frequently.