Composer of ‘Things Can Only Get Better’ joins Institute teaching faculty

The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance is delighted to announce the appointment of Pete Cunnah to its already-outstanding teaching faculty.

Pete is a songwriter, producer and musician best known as the lead singer and songwriter with D-Ream whose worldwide hit ‘Things Can Only Get Better’ was recently voted by Time Out as one of the 100 most influential songs of all time. As an artist/producer he’s sold in excess of 3 million records including 12 top 40 singles and two top 5 albums.

He has produced, remixed and written with artists as diverse as Duran Duran, Honeyz, Deborah Harry, Steps, EMF, Graham Gouldman, Rob Davies, Steve Craddock and Motown legend Lamont Dozier. Pete is also a regular guest speaker at BASCA and PRS for Music events.

Pete Whittard, Director at the Institute, had this to say:

‘We are delighted that Pete Cunnah, a professional with an incredible history of success and credits at the highest levels, has decided to join our teaching faculty. Pete brings with him a wealth of industry experience which will be of huge benefit to our students and we are looking forward to working with him into the future.’

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