I'm excited to be involved in a new project with Psappha involving the poetry of Louise Wallwein. More to be revealed soon...
Richmond Concert Society have commissioned me to write a new piece for Equinox Duo, as winner of the 2019 Muriel Dawson Award. I will be curating a concert of music for flute and harp, in which my new piece will be premiered. I'm really looking forward to working on this new piece with friends Esther Beyer and Mina Middleton!
With some fantastic players from the Royal Academy of Music, led by the inimitable conductor Elias Peter Brown, I'm curating a concert featuring Schoenberg's 1912 masterpiece Pierrot lunaire. The concert will also include new works by composers Xan Gill, Sun Keting, Connor d'Netto, and Joanna Ward. Join us at 7pm on Friday 4 October at William Goodenough House, London.
My music receives its US debut this month in a featured performance of Sitivit anima mea at KC Vitas's 2019 Summer Festival. It has been released on CD, and you can listen to the piece here. I'm very grateful to Andrew Nethsingha, director of the Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge, for commissioning this in 2018.
I'm really pleased to have won the 2019 Alan Bush Composition Prize for my piece obscure sorrows, which was premiered by ensemble recherche in Freiburg in February 2019. Listen to the piece here.
Credit: Carol Parris
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