Performances

2018

The World Was Once All Miracle
(London Première)
Date: 13th April 2018
Location: Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Performers: Roderick Williams (baritone), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Andrew Davis

2017

The World Was Once All Miracle
(World Première)
Date: 4th July 2017
Location: Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Performers: Roderick Williams (baritone), BBC Philharmonic, conducted by Michael Francis

The London Citizen Exceedingly Injured
(Asian Première)
Date: 7th/8th April 2017
Location: Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Hong Kong
Performers: Hong Kong Philharmonic, conducted by Lawrence Foster

Butorflēog
(World Première)
Date:19th March 2017
Location: St Peter's Church, Westleton, Suffolk
Performers: Ben Pateman (flute), Tallis Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Toby Purser

Jieshi
(Chinese Première)
Date: 24th February 2017
Location: Reignwood Theatre, Beijing
Performers: Gareth Davies (dizi)

And Nights Bright Days
(World Première)
Date: 24th February 2017
Location: Reignwood Theatre, Beijing
Performers: Zhang Meng (qin), Clare Duckworth (violin I), Tom Norris (violin II), Malcolm Johnston (viola), Eve-Marie Caravassilis (cello)

2016

Ink Garden
Date: 16th July 2016
Location: Thaxted Parish Church, Thaxted
Performers: Redbridge Brass, conducted by Alan Duguid

2015

Symphony
(World Première)
Date: 25th August 2015
Location:Royal Albert Hall, London
Performers: Andrew Watts (counter-tenor), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Edward Gardner
Note: Part of The BBC Proms 2015

Three Songs from 'Voices of London'
Date: 14th July 2015
Location: St Peter’s Church, Church Street, Oundle
Performers: Nicholas Allen (tenor), Elizabeth Desbruslais (mezzo-soprano), Piran Legg (baritone) and Gavin Roberts (piano)
Note: Part of The Oundle International Festival 2015

Three Songs from 'Voices of London'
Date: 9th July 2015
Location: St Lawrence, Jewry, Guildhall Yard, London
Performers: Nicholas Allen (tenor), Elizabeth Desbruslais (mezzo-soprano), Piran Legg (baritone) and Gavin Roberts (piano)
Note: Part of City of London Festival 2015

Elegiac Fragments
Date: 11th May 2015
Location: Brighton Dome Studio Theatre, Brighton
Performers: Stephen Upshaw (viola)
Note: Part of Brighton Festival 2015

Elegiac Fragments - Incidental Music to 'Elegy'
Date: 4th - 5th March 2015
Location: The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton
Performers: Stephen Upshaw (viola, pre-recorded)
Note: Part of Brighton Pink Fringe 2015

The Earth and Every Common Sight
Date: 26th February 2015
Location: Hall at St Botolph without Bishopsgate, London
Performers: Augusta Hebbert (soprano) and Gavin Roberts (piano)
Note: Part of the Song in the City's Shades of Pink concert series

Elegiac Fragments - Incidental Music to 'Elegy'
Date: 25th February - 1st March 2015
Location: The Vaults, London
Performers: Stephen Upshaw (viola, pre-recorded)
Note: Part of VAULT Festival 2015

2014

Les Etoiles au Front
(Irish Première)
Date: 30th March 2014
Location: Royal Hibernian Academy Gallery, Ely Place, Dublin
Performers: Concorde Ensemble

Les Etoiles au Front
Date: 27th March 2014
Location: Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff
Performers: CHROMA Chamber Ensemble

This Moment of June (form 'Voices of London')
Date: 13th March 2014
Location: Hall at St Botolph without Bishopsgate, London
Performers: Marta Fontanals-Simmons (mezzo-soprano) and Gavin Roberts (piano)

A Whorl of Knowings Dim and Bright
Date: 5th March 2014
Location: The Forge, London
Performers: Andrew Watts

The Earth and Every Common Sight
(London Première of Expanded Version)
Date: 28th February 2014
Location: Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London
Performers: Sarah Loveys (soprano) and Julia Samojło (piano)

The Earth and Every Common Sight (Selection)
Date: 20th February 2014
Location: Hall at St Botolph without Bishopsgate, London
Performers: TBC (soprano) and Gavin Roberts (piano)

Les Etoiles au Front
Date: 5th February 2014
Location: The Forge, London
Performers: CHROMA Chamber Ensemble

2013

Chang'e
(World Première)
Date: 27th October 2013
Location: Handel House Museum, London
Performers: Gregor Riddell (cello)

Hamp
Date: 25th October 2013
Location: Central Methodist Church, Todmorden, Yorkshire, UK
Performers: Chris Brannick (vibraphone)

Mielo
Date: 28th September 2013
Location: Chiesa di San Lorenzo, Rimini, Italy
Performers: The Musical Original Singers, conducted by the composer

Mielo
(European Première)
Date: 28th September 2013
Location: Theatre Novelli, Rimini, Italy
Performers: The Musical Original Singers, conducted by the composer
Note: Part of the 7th Rimini International Choir Competition

Ink Garden
(World Première)
Date: 27th June 2013
Location: Brent Civic Centre, London
Performers: Regent Brass and Regent Community Band, conducted by Alan Duguid

The Earth and Every Common Sight
(World Première of Expanded Version)
Date: 27th June 2013
Location: Beverley Minster
Performers: Sarah Leonard (soprano) and Jonathan Gooing (piano)
Note: Part of 20th-Century British Poets in Music Festival

Elegiac Fragments - Incidental Music to 'Elegy'
(Luxembourgian Première)
Date: 15th June 2013
Location: Banannefabrik, Luxembourg
Performers: Stephen Upshaw (viola, pre-recorded)

Hamp
(World Première)
Date: 3rd June 2013
Location: Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London
Performers: Felicity Hindle

The Earth and Every Common Sight
Date: 28th May 2013
Location: St Martin-in-the-Fields, London
Performers: Jessica Summers (soprano) and Jelena Makarova (piano)
Note: Part of St Martin-in-the-Fields New Music Series

The Original Chinese Conjuror
(Austrian Première)
Dates: 18th-20th April 2013
Location: Ehemalige Anker-Expedithalle, Vienna
Performers: Conducted by Vasilis Tsiatsianis. Production directed by Bernd Roger Bienert

Elegiac Fragments
Date: 13th April 2013
Location: Barbican Centre, London
Performers: Malcolm Johnston
Note: Part of Nonclassical 'Aftershock'

Panufnik Variations - Variation Eight
(World Première)
Date: 13th April 2013
Location: Barbican Hall, London
Performers: London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by François-Xavier Roth

Reach Out
(World Première)
Date: 26th March 2013
Location: Parasol Unit, London
Performers: Stephen Upshaw (viola)
Note: Part of Spring Song Cycle

Three Pieces for Solo Clarinet
(World Première)
Date: 8th February 2013
Location: The Old Operating Theatre, London
Performers: Max Mausen (clarinet)

The London Citizen Exceedingly Injured
(World Première)
Date: 18th January 2013
Location: Barbican Hall, London
Performers: BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Long Yu

2012

A Whorl of Knowings Dim and Bright
(Austrian Première)
Date: 24th October 2012
Location: Wiener Konzerthaus, Vienna
Performers: Andrew Watts
Note:
Part of Wien Modern 2012

Elegiac Fragments - Incidental Music to 'Elegy'
Date: 9th October - 3rd November 2012
Location: 503 Theatre, London
Performers: Stephen Upshaw (viola, pre-recorded)

Three Songs from 'Voices of London'
(World Première)
Date: 9th October 2012
Location: Christ Church, Spitalfields, London
Performers: Nicholas Allen (tenor), Marta Fontanals-Simmons (mezzo-soprano), Ben McAteer (baritone) and Gavin Roberts (piano)
Note: Part of the collective song cycle 'Voices of London', commissioned by Song in the City

Sonnet
(South African Première)
Date: 21st September 2012
Location: St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Cape Town, South Africa
Performers: William Berger (baritone) and Albert Combrink (piano)

Sonnet
(UK Première)
Date: 15th July 2012
Location: Paxton House, near Berwick upon Tweed
Performers: William Berger (baritone) and Iain Burnside (piano)
Note: Part of the Music at Paxton Summer Festival 2012

Mielo
(World Première)
Date: 13th July 2012
Location: Cincinnati Masonic Center, Ohio, USA
Performers: The Musical Original Singers, conducted by the composer
Note: Part of the 7th World Choir Games

The Timeless Way of Cities
Date: 23rd June 2012
Location: St Laurence's Church, Reading
Performers: Tamesis Chamber Choir, Louise Rapple (conductor)
Note: Part of Tamesis Chamber Choir's 'The Historic Times' season (2011-12)

Elegiac Fragments
Date: 14th June 2012
Location: Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London
Performers: Jenny Lewisohn (viola)

Jieshi
(Hong Kong Première)
Date: 8th June 2012
Location: Recital Hall, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Performers: Wang Youdi (qin), Yeung Kin Man (violin I), Chan Kwan Yee (violin II), Ho Chun Leong (viola), Kwok Tsun Yuet (cello)

Northwest Wind
(Radio Broadcast)
Date: 26th May 2012
Programme: Hear and Now, BBC Radio 3
Performers: Lontano, conducted by Odaline de la Martinez

Northwest Wind
Date: 4th May 2012
Location: BBC Maida Vale Studios
Performers: Lontano conducted by Odaline de la Martinez
Note: Recorded by BBC Radio 3 for Hear and Now

Elegiac Fragments
Date: 19th April 2012
Location: Wenlock and Essex, London
Performers: Stephen Upshaw (viola)

Les Etoiles au Front
Date: 26th February 2012
Location: Park Lane Chapel, Norwich
Performers: CHROMA Chamber Ensemble

Les Etoiles au Front
(World Première)
Date: 20th February 2012
Location: King's Place, London
Performers: CHROMA Chamber Ensemble

Strange Tales From a Chinese Studio (Fragments)
(World Première)
Date: 16th-18th February 2012
Location: Linbury Studio, ROH2, London
Performers: TBC

Elegiac Fragments
(France Première)
Date: 8th January 2012
Location: Mesnil St. Martin, France
Performers: Stephen Upshaw (viola)

The Earth and Every Common Sight
Date: 6th January 2012
Location: University of Hull
Performers: Sarah Leonard (soprano) and Jonathan Gooing (piano)
Note: Part of the Royal Musical Association Research Students' Conference 2012

2011

Simplex Munditiis
(World Première)
Date: 24th November 2011
Location: St. George Hanover Square, London
Performers: Iestyn Morris (counter-tenor), Marcus Farnsworth (baritone) and Nigel Foster (piano)
Note: Part of the London Song Festival 2011

Elegiac Fragments
(World Première)
Date: 27th October 2011
Location: St John's Church, Notting Hill, London
Performers: Stephen Upshaw (viola)

The Timeless Way of Cities
(World Première)
Date: 14th October 2011
Location: St. Mary's Church, Reading
Performers: Tamesis Chamber Choir, Louise Rapple (conductor)
Note: Part of the Whitley Arts Festival 2011

Beyond the Glass
(Radio Broadcast)
Date: 9th October 2011
Programme: The Choir, BBC Radio 3
Performers: BBC Singers, conducted by David Hill

Sonnet
(World Première)
Date: 6th September 2011
Location: Lucerne Grand Casino, Casineum, Lucerne, Switzerland
Performers: William Berger (baritone) and Melvyn Tan (piano)
Note: Part of the Summer Lucerne Festival 2011

Oslo - Hommage à Lukas Foss
(World Première)
Date: 15th August 2011
Location: Salle Françoys-Bernier, Le Domaine Forget, Canada
Performers: Nouvel Enemble Moderne, Lorraine Vaillancourt (conductor)

Elegiac Fragments - Incidental Music to 'Elegy'
Dates: 4th-8th, 10th-15th, 17th-22nd, 24th-28th August 2011
Location: Whitespace, Edinburgh
Performers: Stephen Upshaw (viola, pre-recorded)
Note: Part of Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011

Elegiac Fragments - Incidental Music to 'Elegy'
(World Première)
Date: 30th July 2011
Location: Quarterhouse, Folkestone, Kent
Performers: Stephen Upshaw (viola)

Black Wings
Date: 13th July 2011
Location: Music Hall, Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Performers: Julia Samojło

The Earth and Every Common Sight
Date: 5th July 2011
Location: St. Mary Aldermary, Watling Street
Performers: Augusta Hebbert (soprano) and Gavin Roberts (piano)
Note: Part of City of London Festival 2011

Jieshi
(World Première)
Date: 27th May 2011
Location: BP Lecture Theatre, British Museum, London
Performers: Li Xiangting (qin) and English Chamber Orchestra Ensemble

Dead Letters
Date: 13th January 2011
Location: St. Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside, London
Performers: Nicholas Berry (tenor) and Gavin Roberts (piano)

2010

Northwest Wind
(Radio Broadcast)
Date: 1st December 2010
Programme: Performance on 3 - British Composer Awards 2010, BBC Radio 3
Performers: Lontano, conducted by Odaline de la Martinez

Tubae Fori
(World Première)
Date: 19th October 2010
Location: Guildhall, London
Performers: Quintabile Brass Ensemble

Calendar of Tolerable Inventions from Around the World
(Cuckoo Clock, Soap Bubble and Button)
Date: 19th October 2010
Location: Lecture Recital Room, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London
Performers: Carter Wind Quintet

Dead Letters
(World Première)
Date: 25th July 2010
Location: Tardebigge Church, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
Performers: Nicholas Mulroy (tenor) and John Reid (piano)

Forget-Me-Not
Date: 13th July 2010
Location: Music Hall, Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Performers: Hannah Long (soprano) and TBC (piano)

The Earth and Every Common Sight
(World Première)
Date: 7th July 2010
Location: Music Hall, Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Performers: Hannah Long (soprano) and Gavin Roberts (piano)

My Fatal Plurality
Date: 20th May 2010
Location: Wigmore Hall, London
Performers: Clément Dionet, Luís Gomes and Lazaro String Quartet, conducted by the composer

Oslo
(World Première)
Date: 18th May 2010
Location: Lecture Recital Room, Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Performers: Manu Delago (hang), Christoph Pepe Auer (bass clarinet), Tom Norris (viola) and Gregor Riddell (cello)

My Fatal Plurality
(World Première)
Date: 13th May 2010
Location: Lecture Recital Room, Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Performers: Clément Dionet, Luís Gomes and Lazaro String Quartet, conducted by the composer

Northwest Wind
(World Première)
Date: 25th March 2010
Location: South London Gallery
Performers: Lontano conducted by Odaline de la Martinez

2009

Incidental Music to 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'
(World Première)
Date: 30th November, 1st-3rd December 2009
Location: Silk Street Theatre, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London
Performers: Lazaro String Quartet, George English and Felicity Hindle

Black Wings
(World Première)
Date: 6th November 2009
Location: Lecture Recital Room, Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Performers: Rebecca Wiles

podskok
Date: 6th November 2009
Location: Lecture Recital Room, Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Performers: Rebecca Wiles

Forget-Me-Not
Date: 7th May 2009
Location: Music Hall, Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Performers: Andrew Watts

Maomao Yü
(World Première)
Date: 23rd April 2009
Location: LSO St. Luke’s, London
Performers: Lang Lang and Silk String Quartet, conducted by the composer

Night Shanghai
Date: 24th January 2009
Location: Great Hall, Cornerstone Building, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool
Performers: Ensemble 10/10, conducted by Clark Rundell

2008

Xocolatl
(World Première)
Date: 3rd October 2008
Location: LSO St. Luke’s, London
Performers: London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by François-Xavier Roth

Faerie Tales
(World Première)
Date: 31st August 2008
Location: Tardebigge Church, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
Performers: Iestyn Morris (counter-tenor) and Nicholas Mulroy (tenor) and Marc Verter (piano)

Forget-Me-Not
Date: 31st August 2008
Location: Tardebigge Church, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
Performers: Iestyn Morris (counter-tenor) and Nicholas Mulroy (tenor) and Marc Verter (piano)

Calendar of Tolerable Inventions from Around the World
(Radio Broadcast - Cuckoo Clock, Invisible Ink, Button only)
Date: 30th August 2008
Programme: Pre-Hear, BBC Radio 3
Performers: Lontano, conducted by Odaline de la Martinez

2007

Night Shanghai
Date: 19th January 2007
Location: Great Hall, Cornerstone Building, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool
Performers: Ensemble 10/10, conducted by Clark Rundell

2006

Jewelled Elephant Syndrome
(World Première)
Dates: 1st September 2006
Location: The Warehouse, London
Performers: Andrew Sparling (clarinet), Robin Michael (cello), Dominic Saunders (piano)
Note: Part of Lontano’s 30th Anniversary Series

Someone to Guide Him
(World Première)
Dates: 26th August 2006
Location: Congleton Park, Cheshire
Performers: Sophie-Louise Dann, Manchester Camerata conducted by Timothy Redmond

A Whorl of Knowings Dim and Bright
(London Première)
Dates: 7th July 2006
Location: Almeida Theatre
Performers: Andrew Watts
Note: Part of Almeida Opera 2006 Season

The Original Chinese Conjuror
(London Première)
Dates: 1st, 2nd, 7th July 2006
Location: Almeida Theatre
Performers: Richard Morris, Sophie Louise Dann, Paul Leonard, Andrew Watts, Phillip Sutton. Almeida Ensemble conducted by Timothy Redmond. Production directed by Martin Duncan, design by Francis O’Connor, lighting by Chris Ellis.
Note: Part of Almeida Opera 2006 Season

The Original Chinese Conjuror
(World Première)
Dates: 15th, 17th, 18th June 2006
Location: Southwold Pier
Performers: Richard Morris, Sophie Louise Dann, Paul Leonard, Andrew Watts, Phillip Sutton. Almeida Ensemble conducted by Timothy Redmond. Production directed by Martin Duncan, design by Francis O’Connor, lighting by Chris Ellis.
Note: Part of 59th Aldeburgh Festival

The Original Chinese Conjuror (rehearsal excepts)
(Radio Broadcast)
Date: 11th June 2006
Programme: Music Matters, BBC Radio 3

2005

Night Shanghai
Date: 28th November 2005
Location: Great Hall, Cornerstone Building, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool
Performers: Chroma Ensemble
Note: Part of Liverpool Cornerstone Festival, BMIC Cutting Edge Tour 2005

podskok
Date: 21st November 2005
Location: Royal Academy of Music, London
Performers: Edward Liddell
Note: Launch of Spectrum 4

Night Shanghai
(Irish Première)
Date: 13th November 2005
Location: National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin
Performers: Concorde Ensemble

Beyond the Glass
(Radio Broadcast) Date: 3rd September 2005
Programme: Pre-Hear, BBC Radio 3
Performers: BBC Singers, conducted by David Hill

A Whorl of Knowings Dim and Bright
Date: 24th July 2005
Location: Government House, Sydney, Australia
Performers: Andrew Watts

Night Shanghai
(World Première)
Date: 16th April 2005
Location: The Warehouse, London
Performers: Lontano, conducted by Odaline de la Martinez
Note: Part of Lontano’s All about series

A Whorl of Knowings Dim and Bright
(German Première)
Date: 5th March 2005
Location: Berliner Festspielehaus, Berlin, Germany
Performers: Andrew Watts
Note:
Part of Maerzmusik 2005

A Whorl of Knowings Dim and Bright
(Australian Première)
Date: 25th February 2005
Location: Albany Town Hall, Perth, Australia
Performers: Andrew Watts
Note:
Part of Perth International Festival 2005

2004

Birds Whose Voices Run With Light
(World Première)
Date: 31st October 2004
Location: QEH Foyer
Performers: Stephen Gutman (piano) and Richard Benjafield (percussion)
Note: Part of What Strikes the Clocke? Project. This forms part of South Bank Birtwistle Games – The Music of Harrison Birtwistle

Eyes to See Otherwise
Date: 28th October 2004
Location: The Warehouse, London
Performers: Rothko String Trio
Note: Part of 2004 bmic Cutting Edge Concerts

Forget-Me-Not
Date: 14th October 2004
Location: Charter House, London
Performers: Andrew Watts (counter-tenor) and Robert Jones (piano)

A Whorl of Knowings Dim and Bright
(World Première)
Date: 3rd July 2004
Location: St Andrew’s Church, Toddington, Cheltenham
Performers: Andrew Watts
Note:
Part of 2004 Cheltenham Music Festival

Forget-Me-Not
Date: 1st July 2004
Location: Music Hall, Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Performers: Iestyn Morris (counter-tenor)

The Original Chinese Conjuror (workshop excepts)
(Radio Broadcast)
Date: 4th April 2004
Programme: Music Matters, BBC Radio 3
Performers: Jonathan Gunthorpe, Heather Shipp, Andrew Watts, Tom Raskin, Richard Strivens and Almeida Ensemble, conducted by Timothy Redmond.

The Original Chinese Conjuror
(Workshop Performance of Work in Progress - Prelude, Scene I, Scene II, First Interlude and Scene IX)
Date: 15th March 2004
Location: Lilian Baylis Theatre, Sadler’s Wells, London
Performers: Jonathan Gunthorpe, Heather Shipp, Andrew Watts, Tom Raskin, Richard Strivens and Almeida Ensemble, conducted by Timothy Redmond.
Note: Part of Second Genesis Opera Project

Eyes to See Otherwise
(World Première)
Date: 29th February 2004
Location: Jacksons Lane, Highgate, London
Performers: Rothko String Trio
Note: Part of 10th Music Past and Present Concerts

Beyond the Glass
(First Public Performance)
Date: 25th January 2004
Location: Barbirolli Room, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Performers: BBC Singers, conducted by Justin Doyle
Note: Part of BBC Philharmonic’s Heaven Above, Earth Below Festival

2003

Calendar of Tolerable Inventions from Around the World
(World Première of Soap Bubble, Beauty Spot and Caravan, with Cuckoo Clock, Invisible Ink and Button)
Date: 29th November 2003
Location: 26th Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival
Performers: London Sinfonietta Soloists
Note: Part of spnm 60th Anniversary Concerts, 26th Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival

Forget-Me-Not
(World Première)
Date: 9th July 2003
Location: St. Mary’s Church, Islington, London
Performers: Andrew Watts (counter-tenor) and Iain Burnside (piano)
Note: Part of Almeida Opera 2003 Season

Tranced
(First Public Performance)
Date: 1st June 2003
Location: Forum, St James’ Parade, Bath
Performers: Northern Sinfonia, conducted by Baldur Brönnimann
Note: Part of 2003 Bath Festival

The Hours
(World Première)
Date: 10th May 2003
Location: Sala dei Giganti al Liviano, Padua, Italy
Performers: Trio Kessner - Daniel Kessner (flute), Gareth Davis (clarinet) and Dolly Eugenio Kessner (piano)

Beyond the Glass
(Recording)
Date: 11th February 2003
Location: St Paul's Church, Knightsbridge, London
Performers: BBC Singers, conducted by David Hill

2002

Calendar of Tolerable Inventions from Around the World
(Radio Broadcast - Cuckoo Clock, Invisible Ink, Button only)
Date: 16th November 2002
Programme: Hear and Now, BBC Radio 3
Performers: Lontano, conducted by Odaline de la Martinez

Calendar of Tolerable Inventions from Around the World
(World Première of Cuckoo Clock, Invisible Ink and Button)
Date: 31st October 2002
Location: St. Giles’ Church, Cripplegate, Barbican, London
Performers: Lontano, conducted by Odaline de la Martinez
Note: Part of Lontano’s Émigres series/BBC Singers Invitation Concerts

Istori Paraleloak
(World Première, under the title Histori Paraleloak)
Date: 18th October 2002
Location: Meeting House, University of Sussex
Performers: Paragon Saxophone Quartet

Tranced
Date: 13th January 2002
Location: The Amadeus Centre
Performers: South Bank Symphony Orchestra conducted by Torkjell Hareide

2001

Tranced
(First Workshop Performance)
Date: 18th November 2001
Location: Ellis Guilford School, Nottingham
Performers: Nottingham Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jacques Cohen

Tranced Summer-Night
(World Première – 1st and 2nd Movements only)
Date: 12th September 2001
Location: Bechstein Room, Wigmore Hall
Performers: Rubio String Quartet

Distance of the Moon
(World Première)
Date: 15th July 2001
Location: Bridgehampton, New York
Performers: Atlantic Chamber Orchestra Players conducted by Lukas Foss
Note: Part of The Music Festival of the Hamptons, Sixth Season

1999

Prelude for Five
(World Première)
Date: 28th February 1999
Location: Cramphorn Theatre, Chelmsford
Performers: Britten Sinfonia Soloists