Liquid Bricks for the Composers Ensemble (Violin, Cello, Bassoon, Clarinet, Flute, Harp. Royal College of Music) montage-tastic, Stravinsky-inspired patchwork riddled with “refreshing humour” and “endless surprises.”
5 for oboe and harp, performed by Orfea Ensemble at Wigmore Hall, London. Part of a larger work with Mobile by Heinz Holliger. There are 12 sections to his piece, this is V of Holliger, followed by my answer to it, called 5.
The Spot for piano (finalist in Sound of Perfume Competition 2009)
I appeared briefly on Radio 4’s Front Row because of this
Animals for the Ossian Ensemble (2009 with Oilver Coates). Animals interspersed Saint-Saens’ Carnival of the Animals with new works. The title of my bit below is The Serpent of Eden. Sinister but tongue-in-cheek
6 Ponders in Eb for Glasses and Piano (performed by me at Royal College of Music, 2009) bringing structure to strange noises in the piano…
More Bible Stories song cycle for mezzo soprano and chamber ensemble. Lore Lixenberg and members of the Northern Sinfonia in concert at the Sage Gateshead, 2007.
We’re always Lovin’ It (2005) for String Quartet
A string quartet based on the musical themes of McDonalds and Coca Cola. We’re lovin’ these brands, whether we want to or not.