Aug 27

‘…and the stars…’ Premiere @ Warehouse, 25th Sept.

My new piece ‘…and the stars were like pinpricks in the black fabric of night…’ will receive its premiere on 25th September @ The Warehouse, London, performed by Ed Hughes’ New Music Players. There will also be a kind of unofficial, warm-up gig @ Friend’s Meeting House, Sussex Uni, Brighton on 24th. For the event page, click HERE, or on the image below.

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Aug 18

Questions: After Cage, After Study, After All…

Here’s an article I wrote for Sound and Music during the composition of a new work for percussionist Joby Burgess for the ‘Aluminium Music’ Portfolio Scheme. It was kindly published recently by Classical Music Magazine, but you can read it without typos online HERE.

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Aug 06

LSO Soundhub 2015/16

Over the moon to be part of this year’s LSO Soundhub! I’ll be working on a new piece for 2 or 3 LSO players, which will be performed at LSO St Luke’s sometime next year. Find out more about the scheme HERE

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Jul 09

Sound and Music ‘New Voices 2015′

I’m hugely honoured to be counted amongst Sound and Music‘s ‘New Voices 2015′ composers! There are a lot of exciting works to see and hear on the British Music Collection site, which you can find at http://britishmusiccollection.org.uk/new-voices-2015, or by clicking the banner below.

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Jul 08

On Waking (Morning)

Here’s the premiere performance of ‘On Waking (Morning)’ by the Chapel Choir Of Selwyn College Cambridge @ St Bride’s, Fleet Street, 18/03/15. Words by Rowan Sawday. This piece was originally commissioned through Sound and Music’s ‘Portfolio’ scheme.

Jul 07

Le Juki @ Fengaros, Cyprus, 1st August

Le Juki will have the great pleasure of performing on the mainstage on 1st August at this year’s Fengaros music festival in Cyprus! We’ll also be playing in Limassol (TBC) on August 3rd, so if you’re about come along!

For more information about Fengaros, click on the banner below

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Jul 07

A Hidden Order @ Exploring The Sacred Arts Of Islam

‘A Hidden Order’ were down in Glastonbury earlier this month for the ‘Exploring The Sacred Arts Of Islam’ festival. During the day we had great fun running a workshop on music and geometry, and that evening we were lucky enough to be joined onstage for an impromptu performance of Persian Classical music/improvisation by the Setar player Bahman Panahi, as a prelude to our live audio-visual show which closed the festival. Thanks are due to both the Chalice Well Trust and the Red Brick Building for hosting the event, accommodating us and keeping us fed and watered. Hopefully we’ll have more dates for you soon, keep watching this space…

Find out more about ‘A Hidden Order’ at www.musicalforms.com

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Jul 07

Le Juki @ The Hope & Ruin, Brighton, July 8th

Le Juki will be playing The Hope & Ruin, Brighton, tomorrow (Wed 8th July)!!! Support from Aamouai + Grasshopper. Doors 8pm, £4. You can join the facebook page here -

https://www.facebook.com/events/741997182593627/

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Jun 28

CoMA Sussex 10th Anniversary Concert

Brighton’s no.1 pianist/mover+shaker in the contemporary music scene, Adam Swayne (who very recently premiered my new work for piano ‘A Line Drawn In Water’) has roped me into being the narrator in what should be a fun celebration of the 10th anniversary of CoMA Sussex. I’ll be narrating works by Byrne (In The Future) and Cheesman (Postlude) at St John sub Castro, Lewes, Sunday 28th June 6pm (basically, today). Come along anyone who cares to hear me yell stuff down a megaphone over a chamber orchestra.

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May 18

‘Stranger’ @ Fishbar, Dalston, 21-31 May

I have been working with musical comrade Jules Arthur on the sound design for ‘Stranger’, a new book and installation by Magnum photographer Olivia Arthur. The photos follow the imagined story of a survivor of the MV Dara (a real boat which sank off the coast of Dubai in 1961, taking the lives of some 250 of its passengers), who somehow returns 50 years on, trying to make sense of the modern-day Dubai which as risen from the desert sands.

The exhibition will run from 21st-31st May at Fishbar, 176 Dalston Lane, E8 1NG, London, with a launch event on Saturday 23rd at 2-6pm. Find out more HERE.

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