Performed on 6th April at Orgelpark, Amsterdam. Semi-graphic open score. Background textures created by internal mechanisms of the organs.
Site specific work written for 3 organs at Orgelpark, Amsterdam. Each organ is at a different pitch and tuned differently. Performed on 6th April. Organs: Ashley Wagner, Samuel Bristow, William Peart.
Written for Ed Bennett’s Decibel Ensemble. Premiered at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, 7th March, 2018. Instrumentation: Vln, Tre. Rec, Cl, Alt. Sax, Tbn, Perc, E. Gtr, B. Gtr, Pno. The ensemble is amplified for balance. Photo: Sean Clancy
Written for a Digital Music Lab workshop day run by the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Learning and Participation Dept. The day was aimed at introducing 13-18 year olds to electronic music and its application to music with an ensemble. Performed 24th Jan, 2018 at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Instrumentation: Code (Sonic Pi), Fl, Cl, Tpt, Tbn,… Read more Song of Fives – RBC LEAP Ensemble
Several Softly Songs was written for the Carnelian Saxophone Quartet. Premiered at the Royal Northern College of Music as part of New Music North West. 13th Nov, 2017. Instrumentation: Sop. Sax, Alt. Sax, Tn. Sax, Bari. Sax.
Written for Birmingham Conservatoire’s Thallein Ensemble. Conducted by Richard Baker. Premiered at the CBSO Centre as part of a concert featuring the work of Michael Oesterle. 18th Nov, 2016. Instrumentation: Cl, Sop. Sax, Tpt, Tbn, Clv, Clv, Vlc, Db. Review of the concert… here.
Piano duet written for the CoMA Summer School 2016. Premiered summer 2016. Performed by Antony Gray and Morgan Hayes as part of the first of two Ixion ensemble concerts. The piece was written to be a duet for teacher and student.
Written for Birmingham Conservatoire’s Thallein Ensemble. Instrumentation: Fl, Cl, Tpt, Bari. Sax, Perc, Hrp, Pno, Acc, Vln, Vcl, Db. Recorded with a stereo pair of small diaphragm condenser mics.