The LSO recently announced the second half of their 22-23 season, including the world premiere of my Symphonic Message: “Wach auf!” on 28th May 2023 at the Barbican conducted by François-Xavier Roth. The LSO workshopped the piece back in March, and so it’ll be a thrill to finally hear it in concert over a year…Read More
Following the premiere last Thursday, you can now listen to the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ryan Wigglesworth, performing Symphonic Message in memory of L. R. on BBC Sounds until 22nd October. Ryan and the orchestra gave a great performance not only of my piece but also Messiaen’s Poèmes Pour Mi and Ravel’s Daphnis…Read More
I’m very pleased to be able to share a recording of my Message-Fragments in Honour of Giles Swayne for solo violin, performed by José Cabrita Matias. The piece was written and recorded for the Royal Academy of Music’s 200 Pieces project celebrating the Academy’s 200th anniversary. You can view the score and find out more…Read More
Violinist José Cabrita Matias will be performing my Message-Fragments in Honour of Giles Swayne in St Eanswythe’s Church, Folkestone at 7.30pm on Thursday 9th June. The piece was written for the Royal Academy of Music’s 200 Pieces project and premiered by José at the Academy earlier this year. I’m so pleased it’s getting a repeat…Read More
I am very pleased to say that I have been commissioned to write a brand new orchestral piece for the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra’s season launch concert on 22nd September 2022, conducted by the wonderful Ryan Wigglesworth at City Halls, Glasgow. The piece will be premiered alongside Messiaen’s Poèmes pour Mi and the complete Ravel…Read More
The London Symphony Orchestra will rehearse my piece Symphonic Message: “Wach auf!” as part of a public workshop at LSO St Luke’s on 31st March. The piece was commissioned through the LSO Panufnik Composers Scheme and will receive its world premiere at the Barbican during the 22-23 season. The workshop also features seven new pieces…Read More
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