Biography

Read music at the University of Surrey and went on to study composition at the University of Birmingham with Vic Hoyland and Jonty Harrison, receiving his PhD in 1993.His music has received several awards, including an international prize at the Huddersfield Festival of Contemporary Music, The Bourges International Competition for Electroacoustic Music, the George Butterworth award and the Oskar Back Foundation Prize for Young European Composers. Sohrab Uduman's music has featured at many festivals, including the Oxford Festival of Contemporary Music, The Spitalfields Festival, the Cheltenham International Festival of Music, Darmstadt, Britten Festival Brugges and Agora Festival at the Centre Georges Pompidou Paris.

Recent works include Tracing metamorphoses for string quartet and live computer transformation commissioned by the Institute de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique (IRCAM) for the Arditti quartet. Current projects include a series of compositions for instruments and real-time computer processing; these include Breath across autumnal ground for harpsichord and live electronics, performed at the Spitz, London and Ausruf for quarter-tone trumpet and live electronics, which received its first performance at St. Pauls, Huddersfield in October 2007. He was Lecturer in Composition at the University of Durham for several years and arrived at Keele in February 1996.

Further information

For more information go to www.sohrabuduman.co.uk  


Scores and performance materials available from BMIC and the composer m.s.uduman@keele.ac.uk

Selected Publications

  • Uduman MS. out of the darkness that envelops, for contrabass clarinet and live electronics. link>
  • Uduman MS. chants, airs and dances for alto recorder and live electronics. Porgy & Bess Jazz & Music Club. link>
  • Uduman MS. Echoes beneath the moonlight's star, for flute, clarinet, and live electronics. Westminster Theatre, Keele University. link>
  • Uduman MS. la cupidité de souffle. Flute, fixed media and live electronicslink>
  • Uduman MS. la cupidité de souffle. Flute, fixed media and live electronicsKeele University. link>

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Journal Articles

  • Spasov M. 2015. Using Strange Attractors to Control Sound Processing in Live Electroacoustic Composition. COMPUTER MUSIC JOURNAL, vol. 39(3), 25-45. link> doi>

Other

  • Uduman MS. out of the darkness that envelops, for contrabass clarinet and live electronics. link>
  • Uduman MS. chants, airs and dances for alto recorder and live electronics. Porgy & Bess Jazz & Music Club. link>
  • Uduman MS. Echoes beneath the moonlight's star, for flute, clarinet, and live electronics. Westminster Theatre, Keele University. link>
  • Uduman MS. la cupidité de souffle. Flute, fixed media and live electronicslink>
  • Uduman MS. la cupidité de souffle. Flute, fixed media and live electronicsKeele University. link>
  • Uduman MS. out of the darkness that envelops. Contrabass Clarinet and Live ElectronicsKonzertsaal Zürcher Hochschule der Künste.
  • Uduman MS. Glitschig for bass clarinet and piano. Bass Clarinet and PianoNottingham Chamber Music Festival. link>
  • Uduman MS. Glitschig for bass clarinet and piano. ClarinetFest 2018. link>
  • Uduman MS. 2016. A share of night to bear - for soprano and ensemble.
  • Uduman MS. 2016. 'Dann klingt es auf...' for piano trio.
  • Uduman MS. 2016. Upon Convergence for solo clarinet (2008, 8"). Composition
  • Uduman MS. 2015. Glitschig - for bass clarinet and piano.
  • Uduman MS. 2015. Seven Bagatelles for Piano.
  • Uduman MS. 2014. Three Days on The Road - for bass clarinet.
  • Uduman MS. 2012. Derriere le Miroir for harpscichord, visual artist and live electronics. Composition, score, performance software, video recording
  • Uduman MS. 2012. Echoes beneath the Moonlight's Star for flute, clarinet and real-time computer transformation. Composition, score
  • Uduman MS. 2008. Chants, airs and dances for alto flute/alto recorder and live electronics. Composition, score, performance software, CD recording
  • Uduman MS. 2008. Penumbra for bass-clarinet and live electronics. Composition, score, performance software, CD recording
  • Uduman MS. 2008. Upon Convergence for solo clarinet (2008, 8") First performance: October 2008, Peter Cigleris, University of Keele. Composition, Performance
  • UDUMAN MS. 2007. Ausruf: For quarter-tone trumpet and live electronics (2007, 10"). First performance: Steve Altoft, University of Huddersfield, (October 2007). Composition, performances. Performances include: Steve Altoft, University of Keele, November 2007.
  • UDUMAN MS. 2007. Breath across autumnal ground: Composition for harpsichord and live electronics (2006, 8"). First performance: Jane Chapman, CNMAT, University of California Berkeley (April 2007). Composition, performances.Performances include: Jane Chapman, Spitz, London, (July 2007).
  • Uduman S. Tracing Metamorphoses.
  • UDUMAN MS. 2001. Contour for G-alto recorder and live electronics; and Contour for E-Flat Clarinet and Live Electronics (2001, 6"). First Performance: Susannah Borsch, de Ijsbreker, Amsterdam 2001. Composition, performances, digital media.Recordings include: Kate Romano, Metier; Susanna Borsch, Karnatic Lab Records. Performances include: Susanna Borsch, Great Malvern (June 2002); Helge Stiegler, Konzerstaal Vienna, (January 2003); Helge Stiegler, Festaal, Landmusikschule, Austria, (February 2003); Helge Stiegler, Festaal, Landmusikschule, Austria, (February 2003).
  • UDUMAN MS. 2001. Tracing Metamorphoses (String Quartet and Live Electronics, 2001-2, 25"), commissioned by IRCAM, Centre Pompidou, funded by the AHRC. Composition, performances.Performances include: Arditti Quartet, Agora Festival IRCAM, Paris, commissioned by IRCAM Centre Pompidou (May 2002); Arditti Quartet, Britten Festival, Concertgebouw, Brugges (June 2003).
  • Uduman MS. Breath across autumnal ground for harpsichord and live electronics with optional film. 9 November 2012, Goska Isphording, harpsichord & Jorrit Tamminga, live electronics, November Music Festival, de Muzerije, Den Bosch, Netherlands.
  • Uduman MS. Contour for G-alto recorder or e-flat clarinet and live electronics. June 2011, Adam Starkie, Salle d'Orchestre, Conservatoire Strasbourg.
  • Uduman MS. Breath across autumnal ground for harpsichord and live electronics with optional film. March 2011, Jane Chapman, University of Liverpool, School of Music.
  • Uduman MS. Cassandra for female singer and tape. June 2010, Summer Aria 2010 - Synthesis of the Arts, Pärnu Ooper, Estonia.
  • Uduman MS. Breath across autumnal ground for harpsichord and live electronics with optional film. May 2010, Jane Chapman, Late Music Concert Series, Unitarian Chapel, St Saviourgate, York.
  • Uduman MS. Contour for G-alto recorder or e-flat clarinet and live electronics. Mark Dimitroff, May 2010, Tanna Schulich Hall, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
  • Uduman MS. Cassandra for female singer and tape. January 2010, Kai Kallastu, Pärnu Contemporary Music Days, Pärnu Ooper, Estonia.
  • Uduman MS. Breath across autumnal ground for harpsichord and live electronics with optional film. November 2009, Jane Chapman, Cutting Edge Series, The Warehouse, London.
  • Uduman MS. Chants, airs and dances for alto flute/alto recorder and live electronics. September 2008, Helge Stiegler, Bürgerspitalkirche, Waidhofen an der Ybbs, Austria.
  • Uduman MS. Chants, airs and dances for alto flute/alto recorder and live electronics. August 2008, Carin Levine, Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music, Belfast.
  • Uduman MS. Chants, airs and dances for alto flute/alto recorder and live electronics. April 2008, Helge Stiegler, Schlossgalerie Steyr, Austria.
  • Uduman MS. Contour for G-alto recorder or e-flat clarinet and live electronics. Helge Stiegler, November 2007, Edelholz Festival, Recklinghausen, Germany.
  • Uduman MS. Chants, airs and dances. performed by Carin Levine Keele October 2006.
  • Uduman MS. Berceuse. ABRSM spectrum 4 London (november 2005), spectrum 4 (2002).
  • Uduman MS. Morpheus' Dances. Jane Chapman, Turner Sims concert hall Southampton.
  • Uduman MS. Still Suspended. ABRSM London (may 2001),.
  • Uduman MS. Contour for G-alto recorder or e-flat clarinet and live electronics. October 2011, Adam Starkie, Radio Accent 4, Alsace, France.
  • Uduman MS. Drawing 2, Electronic Music (November 2012, 30 mins.) First performed: Liverpool Biennial 2012, Camp and Furnace Drawing Sessions No 2, 12 November 2012.
  • Uduman MS. Hammer Out for quarter-tone trumpet and electronic percussion/Malletkat (duration 10 mins.). link>
  • Uduman MS. In accord, in motion for flute, clarinet, viola, cello, piano. February 2009, Ensemble Meitar, International Festival of Contemporary Music and Video Art, Tel-Aviv, February 2009.
  • Uduman MS. la cupidité de souffle.
  • Uduman MS. la cupidité de souffle - for flute, fixed media and live electronics.
  • Uduman MS. la cupidité de souffle for flute, fixed media and live electronics.
  • Uduman MS. out of the darkness that envelops.
  • Uduman MS. Penumbra for bass-clarinet and live electronics. February 2011, Sarah Watts, The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent.
  • Uduman MS. Penumbra for bass-clarinet and live electronics. July 2009, Sarah Watts, Skopje Summer Festival, Macedonia.
  • Uduman MS. Penumbra for bass-clarinet and live electronics. May 2009, Sarah Watts, The Space, London.
  • Uduman MS. sound me closely for bass flute, bass clarinet, fixed media and live electronics (duration 17 mins.). link>
  • Uduman MS. Upon Convergence for solo clarinet. November 2009, Veljko Klenkoviski, 18th International Review of Composers, Belgrade.
  • Uduman MS. Upon Convergence for solo clarinet. October 2008, Peter Cigleris, University of Keele.
  • Uduman MS. Wildkat for electronic percussion and live electronics (duration 9 mins). link>

Other

Media

Video: https://vimeo.com/user5401644
Audio: https://soundcloud.com/sohrabuduman
Website: http://sohrabuduman.co.uk/

Research Interests

Instrumental and vocal composition
Realtime Interactive Computer Transformation and Sensor Augmented Instrument Technology
Electronic music and instrumental performance

Teaching

Composition, Realtime Sound Processing, Dialogues in Art Technology and Society

Current Administration Duties

Examinations

Compositions and Performances

Selected Recent Works

Wildkat for Malletkat electronic percussion and live electronics (2019)

La cupidité de souffle for flute, fixed media and live electronics (2019) 

out of the darkness that envelops for sensor enhanced contrabass
clarinet and live electronics (2019)

Glitschig for bass clarinet and piano (2015)

Echoes beneath the moonlight's star for flute, clarinet and live electronics (2013)

Derrière le miroir for harpsichord and live electronics with live
drawing (2012)  

Breath across autumnal ground for harpsichord and live electronics with
optional film (2007)

Solo Instrumental Wind and Brass, including works with live electronics

(2019) La cupidité de souffle for flute, fixed media
and live electronics (18’)

Supported by PRS Foundation’s Composers’ Fund 2018 Award in association with the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
Commissioned by James Wilson

Premiere: 13 February 2019, James Wilson, Keele University, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Subsequent performances: 13 March 2019, Sounds Like THIS Festival, By Night 1, Headrow House, Leeds

(2019) out of the darkness that envelops for sensor enhanced contrabass clarinet and live electronics (10’)

Supported by PRS Foundation’s Composers’ Fund 2018 Award in association with the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

Premiere: 02 February 2019, Sarah Watts, SABRE-Day, Konzertsaal, Toni-Areal, Zürcher Hochschule der Künste, Zürich, Switzerland

Subsequent performances:

10 June 2019, Rarescale, Waterloo Festival 2019, Iklectik, St John’s Church,
Waterloo London

8 May 2019, Sarah Watts, Noise Floor UK Festival, Cadman Studio,
Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent

(2012) Three Days on the Road for solo bass-clarinet (Metropolis Music Publishers, Amsterdam, 2015 ) (3’)

Commissioned by Sarah Watts

(2011) Mean Clouds for euphonium and live electronics (8’)

Premiere: September 2011, Lee Bell, University of Keele

(2008) Upon Convergence for solo clarinet (9’)

Premiere: October 2008, Peter Cigleris, University of Keele

Subsequent performance: November 2009, 18th International Review of Composers, Belgrade

(2008) Penumbra for bass-clarinet and live electronics (10’)

Premiere: October 2008, Sarah Watts, University of Keele
Subsequent performances include:

February 2018, Ellen Terry Building, Coventry University

July 2017, Iklectic, London

June 2017, Harlaxton Manor, Lincolnshire

July 2016, MuSA2016, Karlsruhe, Germany

November 2012, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

February 2011, The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent

July 2009, Skopje Summer Festival, Macedonia

May 2009, The Space, London

(2008) Chants, airs and dances for alto flute/alto recorder and live electronics (9’)

Commissioned by Helge Stiegler (original version for alto recorder and live electronics)

First performance (original version) April 2008, Helge Stiegler, Schlossgalerie Steyr, Austria

Subsequent performances include:

15 April 2019, Helge Stiegler, Porgy & Bess Jazz and Music Club, Vienna, Austria

March 2013, Susanna Borsch, Audiograft Festival, Modern Art Oxford

September 2008, Helge Stiegler Bürgerspitalkirche, Waidhofen an der Ybbs, Austria

August 2008, Carin Levine, Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music,
International Computer Music Conference (ICMC), Belfast

(2007) Ausruf for trumpet and live electronics (8’)

Premiere: October 2007, Stephen Altoft, St Pauls Church, University of Huddersfield

(2001) Contour for g-alto recorder or e-flat clarinet
and live electronics (6’)

Premiere: Susanna Borsch, De Ijsbreker, Amsterdam, October 2001

Subsequent performances include:

October 2011, Adam Starkie, Radio Accent 4, Alsace, France

June 2011, Adam Starkie, Salle d'Orchestre, Conservatoire Strasbourg
May 2010, Tanna Schulich Hall, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

November 2007, Susanna Borsch, Edelholz Festival, Recklinghausen, Germany

February 2003, Helge Stiegler, Budapest

February 2003, Festsaal, Landesmusikschule, Austria

January 2003, Konzertsaal, Universität für Muzik und darstellende Kunst, Vienna

June 2002, Susanna Borsch Great Malvern

December 2001, Susanna Borsch, Amsterdam

Selected for inclusion in concert series for ICMC 2004, Florida

(1988) Refrains for trombone and tape (9’)

Premiere: November 1988, Martin Harvey, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London

Subsequent performances include:

February 1992, Martin Harvey, Royal Overseas League, London

December 1991, Martin Harvey, Purcell Room London

1991, James Fulkerson, New York

August 1990, James Fulkerson, Gaudeamus Festival, Amsterdam


Solo Instrumental Keyboards, including works with live electronics

(2019) Wildkat for Malletat electronic percussion and live electronics (8’)

Premiere:21 September 2019, Lee Ferguson, Duo Contour, Aberdeen TechFest 2019, Aberdeen and North-East Scotland Festival of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

(2015) Seven Bagatelles for piano (14’)

Premiere: 4 March 2015, Michael Bell, New Music at Keele Mini Festival, Keele University

(2012) Derrière le miroir for harpsichord and live electronics with live drawing (12’)

Premiere: June 2012, Jane Chapman and John Barraclough (visual artist), Kings Place, London

(2007) Breath across autumnal ground for harpsichord and live electronics with optional film (8’)

Premiere: April 2007, Jane Chapman, CNMAT, University of California Berkeley

Subsequent performances:

October 2018, Jane Chapman, Contour, LSO Jerwood Composer+ Concert, LSO St Luke’s, London

November 2012, Goska Isphording, November International Music Festival, de Muzerije, Den Bosch, Netherlands
March 2011, Jane Chapman, University of Liverpool, School of Music

November 2010, Film Projection, Metal, Edge Hill, Liverpool
May 2010, Jane Chapman, Late Music Concert Series, Unitarian Chapel, St Saviourgate, York

November 2009, Cutting Edge Series, The Warehouse, London

July 2007, Spitz, London

(2005) Berceuse for piano, Spectrum 4 (The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music Publishing, London, 2005) (1’)

Commissioned by Thalia Myers for ABRSM Spectrum 4

Premiere: November 2005, London

(2002) Morpheus’s Dances for harpsichord (7’)

Premiere: October 2002, Jane Chapman, Turner Sims Concert Hall, Southampton

(2001) Still, Suspended for piano The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music Publishing, London, 2001) (2’)

Commissioned by Thalia Myers for ABRSM Spectrum 3

Premiere: May 2001 Thalia Myers, London


Solo Instrumental Strings

(1991) Lines, Metamorphoses for solo violin (9’)
Written for the 21st Dutch National Violin Competition as the compulsory test piece for that competition

Premiere: March 1991, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam


Vocal, including works with live electronics

(1992) Cassandra for female singer and prerecorded tape/fixed media
Written with financial assistance from the Arts Council of Great Britain (16’)

Premiere: May 1992, Midland Music Theatre, Dartington Hall

Subsequent performances:

August 2013, Summer Aria 2013 - The Distant Love, Pärnu Ooper , The Museum of New Art, Pärnu, Estonia

June 2010, Summer Aria 2010 - Synthesis of the Arts, Pärnu Ooper, Estonia

January 2010, Kai Kallastu, Pärnu Contemporary Music Days, Pärnu Ooper, Estonia

June 1995, Suzanne Flowers and Singcircle, Spitalfields Festival, London
February 1994, Midland Music Theatre, Midland Arts Centre, Birmingham

January 1993, Midland Music Theatre, University of Durham

June 1992, Midland Music Theatre, City University, London


Chamber Ensemble, including works with live electronics

(2019) sound me closely for bass flute, bass clarinet, fixed media and live electronics (17’)

Supported by PRS Foundation’s Composers’ Fund 2018 Award in association with the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

Premiere: 07 June 2019, Rarescale, Keele University, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Subsequent performances:

7 June 2019, Rarescale, Waterloo Festival 2019, Iklectik, St John’s Church,
Waterloo London

(2017) Hammer Out for quarter-tone trumpet and electronic percussion/Malletkat (10’)

Premiere: 16 July 2017, Duo Contour (Stephen Altoft, Lee Ferguson), E-Werk, Freiburg, Germany

Subsequent performances:

25 May 2019, Duo Contour, EuroMicroFest 2019, Elisabeth Schneider Stiftung, Freiburg,
Germany

(2016) “Dann klingt es auf…” for violin, cello and piano (10’)

Commissioned by Britten Sinfonia and Wigmore Hall

Premiere: 9 December 2016, Britten Sinfonia Principals (Thomas Gould, Caroline Dearnley, Diana Ketler), Britten Sinfonia At Lunch Series, St Andrews Hall, Norwich

Subsequent performances:

11 January 2017, Canford School, Wimborne

14 December 2016, Wigmore Hall, London

13 December 2016, West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge

(2016) A Share of Night to Bear (on poems by Emily Dickinson) for soprano & ensemble (12’)

Premiere: 7 December 2016, The Chamber Musicians of London (Karen Radcliffe, Victoria Soames Samek, Michael Bell, Dianna Cummings, Nick Stringfellow), Keele Concert Society Concert, Keele University Chapel

(2015) Glitschig for bass clarinet and piano (8’)

Premiere: 13 February 2015, Sarah Watts, Antony Clare, Victoria Rooms, Bristol

Subsequent performances:

7 June 2019, University Chapel, Keele University

15 July 2018, Nottingham Chamber Music Festival

8 July 2018, ClarinetFest 2018, Kinepolis 1, Ostend, Belgium
3 February 2017, Kings College Chapel, University of Aberdeen

13 February 2016, Djanogly Music School, Nottingham

12 February 2016, Pavilion Arts Centre, Buxton Opera House, Buxton

7 November 2015, St John’s Church, Waterloo, London

18 March 2015, Keele University

17 February 2015, Axis Arts Centre, Crewe

(2013) Echoes beneath the moonlight's star for flute, clarinet and live electronics (10’)

Premiere: January 2013, Emiliano Gavito, Adam Starkie, Antoine Spindler, Salle d'orchestre Cite de la musique et de la danse, Strasbourg, France

Subsequent performances:

February 2019, Lovemusic Collective, Westminster Theatre, Keele University,
Newcastle-under-Lyme

June 2018, Lovemusic Collective, Auditorium, Bibliothèque Nationale et Universitaire
de Strasbourg, France

April 2013, Emiliano Gavito, Adam Starkie, Marcello Messina, University of Leeds
International Concert Series, Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall

(2007) "...that we two must be twain," for clarinet and violin (2’)

Commissioned by Erik Carlson, 2007

Premiere: September 2008, Joshua Rubin, Erik Carlson, New York

(2002) Tracing Metamorphoses for string quartet
and live electronics (25’)

Commissioned by the Institut de Recherche et Co-ordination Acoustique/Musique, Centre Georges Pompidou, for the Agora Festival 2002

Premiere: May 2002, Arditti Quartet, Agora Festival, Espace de Projection, IRCAM, Paris
Recording of above for broadcast by Radio France
Subsequent performance:

June 2003, Arditti Quartet, Britten Festival, Concertgebouw, Bruges

(2000) Shadowplay for bass flute, guitar and percussion (12’)

Commissioned by Reinbert Evers

Premiere: July 2000, Carin Levine, Reinbert Evers, Mircea Ardeleanu, Orangerie, Darmstadt International Festival

(1998) Memories of a fragmenting landscape for violin
and harpsichord (6’)

Premiere: November 1998, Mieko Kanno, Jane Chapman

Subsequent performance: February 1999, Mieko Kanno, Jane Chapman, Keele Concert Series

(1997) In accord, in motion for flute, clarinet, viola, cello, piano. (7’)

Premiere: January 1997, Tempo 2000, St Michael’s Church, Highgate, London
Subsequent performances include:

February 2009, Ensemble Meitar, International Festival of Contemporary Music and Video Art, Tel-Aviv, February 2009

February 2000, Keele Concert Series

October 1999, Contrasts Festival, Lvov, Ukraine

February 1999, Cheltenham New Music Concert Series, Cheltenham Town Hall

August 1998, Darmstadt International Festival

July 1998, Cheltenham International Music Festival

(1997) Dances in the air for oboe and harp or oboe and harp with optional live electronics (17’)

Premiere: (version for oboe and harp) May 1997, The Oboe and Harp Duo (Helena Gaunt, Manon Morris), Concert Room, Palace Green, Durham

(1996) A Room (John Cage) arrangement for clarinet, cello, percussion (3’)

Premiere: November 1996, Festival Ensemble, Oxford Festival of Contemporary Music

Subsequent performances include:

December 1996, Festival Ensemble, Grey College, Durham

(1994) From a still moment for amplified ensemble (bass-clarinet, alto-saxophone, viola, piano+synthesiser), Morpheus synthesiser, tape, live electronics (14’)

Commissioned by the Oxford Festival of Contemporary Music with funds from Southern Arts
Premiere: November 1994, Festival Ensemble, Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford

(1994) A Muster of Tales for soprano, clarinet, viola, piano (15’)

Commissioned by the Composers Ensemble with funds from Northern Arts

Premiere: February 1994, Composers Ensemble, James Knott Hall, Durham

Subsequent performance:

October 1996, One Voice, Edinburgh

(1993) The Plague for soprano, basset-horn, soprano saxophone, viola, cello, double bass (6’)

Premiere: May 1993, Composers Ensemble, Mary Wiegold, Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham

Subsequent performances include:

February 1997, Black Hair, MUSICON concert series, Grey College, Durham

November 1994, Composers Ensemble, Holywell Music Room, Oxford

(1991) Four Choruses for trombone and wind octet (12’)

Commissioned by the Ventura Ensemble with funds from the Holst Foundation

Premiere: February 1991, Ventura Ensemble, British Music Information Centre (BMIC), Stratford Place, London

Subsequent performance:

March 1991, Ventura Ensemble, Tuner Sims Concert Hall, Southampton

(1989) Movements for violin, cello, piano (13’)

Premiere: November 1989, The London Trio, St Paul’s Church, Huddersfield International Festival of Contemporary Music

Subsequent performances:

February 1997, Black Hair, MUSICON concert series, Grey College, Durham

Broadcast: 17 January 1993, France Culture

November 1992, Composers Ensemble, Salle Olivier Messiaen, Maison de la Radio, Paris, France

(1986) Thrusts for trombone and piano (10’)

Premiere: 1986 Martin Harvey and Tom Blach, BMIC, Stratford Place, London

Subsequent performances include:

November 1991, by Martin Harvey and Tom Blach, Purcell Room, London


Orchestral

(1993) Louie's Grounded for string orchestra
Commissioned by the Society for the Promotion of New Music (SPNM)

Premiere: October 1993, SPNM Showcase concert, Opus 20, Scott Stroman, St Johns, Smith Square, London

Subsequent performance: 

March 1996, Opus 20, Scott Stroman, St Johns, Smith Square, London


Electronic

(2012) Drawing 2 electronic music

First performance, November 2012, Liverpool Biennial International Festival of Contemporary Art, Camp and Furnace, Liverpool

(2011) Cumulus soundtrack for an experimental film by Jon Barraclough and Alex Wolkowicz October 2011, New York


Discography

(2020) Out of the darkness that envelops for contrabass clarinet and live electronics, Into the Depths, Sara Watts, Antony Clare, Cuillin Sound CD, UK

(2015) Three Days on the Road for solo bass-clarinet, Spectral Immersions, Sarah Watts, bass-clarinet Metropolis Music Publishers, Amsterdam, Holland

(2013) Penumbra for bass-clarinet and live electronics, eMBODYments, Music for Bass Clarinet and Electronics. 50 Years of Creativity at Keele University, Sarah Watts, Bass Clarinet, CRC 3265, Centaur Records, USA

(2009) Breath across autumnal ground for harpsichord and live electronics, Wired, Jane Chapman, Harpsichord, NMCD145, NMC Recordings, UK

(2007) In accord, in motion Ensemble Exposé, Roger Redgate, conductor, Critical Notice, BMIC

(2006) Contour for G-alto recorder live electronics, Off-Limits, Susanna Borsch, recorder, KLR 007, Karnatic Lab Records, Amsterdam, Netherlands

(2005) Contour for e-flat clarinet and live electronics, Contours, Kate Romano, e-flat clarinet, MSVCD92074, Metier, UK

(2005) Berceuse for piano, Spectrum 4, Thalia Myers, piano, ABRSM Publishing Ltd., AB 2272, Metronome/USK, UK

(2001) Still, Suspended Recording: Spectrum 3, Thalia Myers, piano, Met CD 1053, Metronome CD 1053, UK