For the past 12 months I’ve been working collaboratively on a new piece called ‘Barricades’ for the East London Community Band, commissioned through the Adopt A Composer scheme. The idea of the programme is to pair amateur ensembles with no experience of New Music with a living composer, who will write a piece specifically for …
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After an enormously protracted wait, I’m extremely happy to be releasing these fine recordings into the universe. Please download and enjoy this collection of my earliest piano works, performed by the ever-amazing Adam Swayne. For the next month this EP is available on a pay-what-you-like basis, so make the most of it! Get your copy …
Last year I worked with the amazing Joby Burgess on ‘Freeze-Frame’, a new piece for vibraphone, commissioned through Sound And Music’s ‘Portfolio’ scheme. Here’s a recording we made of the piece earlier this year.
I am curating a series of articles for the British Music Collection called ‘How I Compose’, where I’ll be inviting different composers over the coming months to talk about their working process in relation to a composition of theirs. Here’s a little introductory blog I wrote as a kind of mission statement…
Here’s a score video for my piece ‘Incendiaries’, performed by the fantastic Workers Union Ensemble in February last year at Friends Meeting House, Sussex Uni.
Hugely excited that the premiere of my new piece ‘Intraversing’ is just around the corner! Written for three bassoons, it was commissioned through the LSO Soundhub, and will receive its first outing at LSO St Luke’s on 19th June, in the capable hands of Dan Jemison, Joost Bosdijk and Dominic Tyler, with Darren Bloom conducting. …
Next up, the score video to my second choral work ‘The Architect’. This piece was commissioned through Sound and Music’s ‘Portfolio’ scheme in 2013, and was premiered by the London-based experimental choir Musarc (to whom the piece is dedicated) in December 2014 at Christ Church, Spitalfields, which this recording is a document of.