This page is a patchwork of everything I do. Embrace this chaotic listening space. I don’t know where else you’ll find every nuance of my music-making all in the same place!
In 2019, I was living in Dresden and performing improvisation concerts in small makeshift venues. We called ourselves the RokBook Collective. A lot of my more contemporary scores have heavy improvisation elements.
This was my contribution to the digital release from everyone on the 2020 composer’s scheme with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain. There are a lot of wonderful composers on here so I recommend you listen to the rest too!
If you want to perform this, it exists as two versions with an option of a second, live electronics performer, or adaptation for pedalboard. You can use logic or ableton.
Performed as part of the Bloomsbury Festival in 2018, this work is for piano 4-hands with preparations including plastic bags and chopsticks.
Performed here by CoMA (Contemporary Music for All) who commissioned the work.
12 players, two wind quintets plus saxophones.
‘Zwischenfälle’ German for ‘incident,’ particularly one that is unforeseen. This piece is about travels, distant lands and humanity (always.) My travels, to be precise!
Prayer calls, a small child with a toy digger, and a screaming naked lady.
Photo credit: My iPhone, Lakeside Pokhara, Nepal.