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Piano Variations (2003) [12′]
Piano. Performed in New York University Composers Now 2014 Festival by Nuno Marques, Frontiers Festival 2015 (Birmigham), Music in Compostela Festival and Greenwich National Maritime Museum by Sofia Sarmento, and by Giulia Semerano in Cava de Tirreni (Italy), Southwark Cathedral (London) and the Italian Institute of London.
La Casa Tomada/The Taken House (2003) [5′]
Gel, Foc, Temps (2003) [4′]
Organ. Winner of the Composition Competition celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Royal Festival Hall’s Organ.
Dues Mesures (2005) [7′]
Organ. Commissioned by the Institut Valencià de la Música, premiered in the Valencia Internacional Contemporary Music Festival (ENSEMS).
A White Shell (2005) [3′]
Solo guitar. Commissioned by Jens Franke.
MicroSuite No2 (2006) [5′]
Litanies On the Collapse of One’s Reality (2008) [12′]
Solo guitar. After an inter-collegiate selection process, this piece was written while in residence at Cove Park (Scotland) and was part of a collaboration with artist Albert Corbí. The project took place in August 2009 in Bilbao Arte Fundazioa
Nothing That We Know (2010) [3′]
Cor Anglais. Performed in Aarhus and Copenhagen by Mette Termansen, broadcasted by the Danish Radio.
MicroSuite No5 (2010) [8′]
Solo cello. Commissioned by Vlad Waltham, has been performed it in Pau (France), Chacombe Festival and in St. James’ Clerkenwell, London.
Shpigl (2015) [7′]
Shpigl (mirror in Yiddish) was commissioned by the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition with support from the Britten-Pears Foundation to be the new work for the competition’s 2016 Junior Finals in London and was premiered at the Duke’s Hall, Royal Academy of Music, on the 15th of April, 2016. The piece takes Menuhin’s idea of life as a journey of search and transformation and explores it musically using veiled memories of repertoire, elements of improvisation and space. For a fuller description of the piece, performance indications, etc, visit Shpigl‘s dedicated page HERE. Watch and hear all five finalists perform Shpigl and their Vivaldi Season of choice in the Junior Finals of the Menuhin Competition: