I'm honoured to be premiering "Oil Coal and Gas for Three Cellos" by Climate Symphony, at the We Make Tomorrow Summit, an event organised by the Serpentine Gallery's General Ecology Project in partnership with Julie's Bicycle. The day will address the current climate crisis, including speakers such as Brian Eno and Frances Morris.
>> Tickets and full event programme here <<
The New Maker Ensemble will be joining 840 to celebrate their 5th anniversary this year at Café OTO, performing pieces composed for us in 2016 for our collaborative programme with 840: 'Masking Set' by Georgia Rodgers and 'HarM' by Nicholas Peters.
Look back on the full concert programme here!
Event page and tickets are here.
I am excited to announce that I will be taking part in the METRIC IP Conference in January 2020, at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. METRIC is dedicated to the development of the the understanding of Improvisation, and the conference will be a large-scale exchange between European Conservatoires, through multiple workshops, masterclasses, lectures, discussion panels and concerts.
More info can be found here:
METRIC IP January 2020
Very happy and proud to announce that myself and my duo partner Kristjan Kannukene won the Gladys Puttick Improvisation Competition yesterday!
You can listen to our improvisation here, which was based on "Orakei Korako", a poem by Andrew Ball.
"This was a real journey...transcending the conventional use of instruments. There was an involving sense of ebb and flow. Highly charged, colourful and striking." - adjudicators' comments, Linda Hurst & Ian Mitchell
Earlier this year I did some session work at Pedigree Cuts, and it's definitely worth a listen! The album has an edgy cinematic rock feel, combined with European folk traditions in the string quartet and virtuosic piano solos.
Lewisham Live is an annual festival which supports and encourages the creativity of young musicians. In the lead up to this years events, I have been running composition workshops alongside Sarah Freestone for A-Level music students, and they will have the chance to present their final works at Blackheath Halls!
I would encourage all my young students to come along, especially those who will be potentially choosing music for their GCSEs or A-Level!
Find out more information here.
And tickets for the event here.
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