In the pipeline / Now and then / Recent things / Then and now / The others
Charlie Usher (1987, UK)
December 2018; Volksroom, Brussels
Solo reed organs.
March 10th 2019; Q-02, Brussels
Second Sunday event. Victor Guita plays new 30' work for viola, guitar-zither, reed organs and playback (regular and surprise! speaker).
October 22nd 2018; Warrensburg, Missouri
- University of Central Missouri
Superpianist Albert Kim plays Aubervilliers.
October 4th 2018; Centrala, Birmingam
October 2nd; City University of London
October 1st; Manchester, UK
An assembly premiere long new piece.
August 19th 2018; San Francisco, California.
- San Francisco International Piano Festival
June 6th; Reinhardt University, Waleska, Georgia.
- Reinhardt Piano Festival and Academy
Albert Kim plays Aubervilliers as part of US tour.
November 2017; Beursschouwburg, Brussels
Making music with Sophia Rodríguez for Circus Maximus with Micha's Amateur Theater Group (for professionals).
December 2017; EdASaF, 75019 Paris
Emma Lloyd and Joshua Hyde premiere work for baroque violin, 2 guitar-zithers, 1/6-tone keyboard and mono audio.
October 2017; NYC, USA - Spectrum, Brooklyn - house concert, Chelsea
Miki Sawada plays Aubervilliers.
Summer 2017; Alaska
Megapianist Miki Sawada gives US premiere of Aubervilliers (2017) as part of her project Gather Hear Alaska, touring the state with a piano and a van.
October 2016; Église Saint-Merri, Paris
soundinitiative give French premiere of Euphrates from the escarpment, western edge as part of festival Rendez-Vous Contemporains.
July 2016; Sirga Festival, Flix, Catalonia
soundinitiative premiere Euphrates from the escarpment, western edge. Masterclasses with Hannah Hartman.
June 2016; Centre Pompidou, Paris
Performing results of Xavier Le Roy's workshop In Vivo Dance with soundinitiative as part of Camping/Festival Manifeste.
December 2015; Art Base, Brussels, Belgium
Miki Sawada premieres new work made for her, for solo piano and audio, Aubervilliers.
October 2015; the Warehouse, London
Premiere of Someone besides what they do for 4 voices by EXAUDI with James Weeks.
September 2014, London
Enno Senft plays Western edge, euphrates, desert tract for double bass and mono audio.
May 2013; Austrian Cultural Forum, London, UK
Composer in focus at Soundings Festival, run by Mary Dullea at the Austrian Cultural Forum, London
December 2012; Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, London
Oliver Coates plays Yawl Ketch Schooner Brig (solo version) in London Sinfonietta's NEW MUSIC DAY 3
August 2012; DanceEast, Ipswich
2 week residency
May 2012; the American Church, Paris, France
Clayton Marcinak premieres The euphrates dominates the scene for baroque organ.
Nov 2011; First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights, NYC, USA
Katelyn Clark plays Green distance in a concert with Ekmeles vocal ensemble as part of Music at First concert series.
September - Oct 2011; JoyceSoho, NYC, USA
Black tent on the plain choreographed by Joshua Beamish and performed by MOVE: the company. NYC premiere run.
July 2011; Victoria Baths, Manchester, UK
First performance of Jol Cache Scon Bri, three cello version of Yawl Ketch Schooner Brig, at RNCM event Noise of many Waters.
February 2011; Rolston Recital Hall, Banff Centre, Canada
Katelyn Clark premieres Green distance for harpsichord.
February 2010; CBSO Centre, Birmingham, England
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group (conducted by James Weeks) - Slow pan for piano and 6 players in Howard Skempton portrait concert. Broadcasted on Radio 3.
January 2010; Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, England
The RNCM Symphony Orchestra (conducted by Roland Boer) premiere Acanthus in sand.
November 2009; Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, England
Cellist Dave McCann premieres Yawl Ketch Schooner Brig.
September 2009; Bruno Walter Auditorium, Lincoln Center, NYC
Premiere of Sand and Acanthus by the New York Miniaturist Ensemble, in dream programme of Aperghis, Michael Finnissy, Jürg Frey and Stockhausen.
May 2009; Royal Festival Hall, London, England
The BBC Concert Orchestra premieres Rasafeh from the air. Broadcasted on Radio 3.
February 2008; BBC Studio 7, Manchester, England
The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra (conducted by James MacMillan) gives second performance of Rothko monody. Broadcasted on Radio 3.
July 2004; Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England
Nancy Ruffer and James Dussek/Endymion. Broadcasted on Radio 3.