My new piece Canzoni et Ricercari will be premiered by the 12 Ensemble in Gloucester Catehdral, 7.30pm on Friday 9th July, as part of the Cheltenham Music Festival 2021. The Royal Philharmonic Society commissioned me to write the piece as one of their 2020-21 composers. Click here to find out more about the concert, which…Read More
Having previously been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, my new orchestral piece PROTO-SYMPHONY was finally performed by the London Symphony Orchestra on 8th March as part of the Panufnik Composers Workshop, and will now be streamed on the LSO YouTube channel this Sunday 16th May at 7pm (event page here). The broadcast will also…Read More
I am thrilled to announce that I have been commissioned to write a new orchestral work for the London Symphony Orchestra’s 2022-23 season. This follows my participation in the Panufnik Composers Scheme, as part of which the LSO performed my PROTO-SYMPHONY in a workshop at LSO St. Luke’s on Monday 8th March. I am incredibly…Read More
You can now listen to my most recent piece, Cello Messages, online. The 30-minute, five-movement piece was written for cellist Joe Davies and pianist Daniel Chappell and recorded in COVID-safe conditions in December last year. The piece explores the spectrum between musical eloquence and ineloquence, its modes of address ranging from symphonic continuity to stuttering…Read More
I am very pleased to announce that I have been selected as a Royal Philharmonic Society Composer for 2020/21. As well as a chamber commission from the Cheltenham Music Festival to be premiered in 2021, I will be taking part in the RPS Composers Programme which includes workshops and professional development opportunities in collaboration with…Read More
Although it was disappointing for the LSO Panufnik Workshop to have been postponed due to COVID-19, I am pleased to say that I was kept busy in the lockdown by a new piece for the brilliant cellist Joe Davies and pianist Daniel Chappel. Cello Messages was due to have been premiered later this summer, but…Read More
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