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Song Cycle (2002) [8′]
High mezzo, piano
Song cycle on William Blake’s flower poems.
Anthem (2002) [4′]
Finalist of the Barclays-St. Paul’s Cathedral Composition Competition 2002.
The Fall of Babel (2005) [9′]
A capella chamber choir.
Solo tenor part as narrator. Text in Latin.
Touch (2005) [2′]
Soprano or mezzo and piano
Text by Octavio Paz.
Cançons Elementals (2006) [10′]
Soprano and piano
Songs to poems by V. A. Estellés. Lyrics in Catalan.
Don Quixote (2005) [8′]
2 sopranos, mezzo, tenor, baritone, horn, guitar, violin, cello, double-bass.
Short opera scene after Cervantes and Aristophanes.
Yellow Light (2006) [11′]
Soprano, violin, viola, oboe (c.anglais), bassoon (contrabassoon), and 2 harps.
Written for the Philharmonia Orchestra series Music of Our Time to poems by Emily Dickinson. Premiered at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, June 2006, by soprano Elizabeth Atherton, Philharmonia Orchestra Musicians and conducted by Robin O’Neill.
La Muerte y la Donzella (2006) [4′]
Soprano, oboe, cello and guitar. Commissioned by Jens Franke, and set to a traditional Spanish text (The Death and the Maiden).
The Harris’s List of Covent Garden Ladies (2012-13) [60′]
Female Voice, Guitar
Selected by Barbican/GSMD Creative Learning Lab for a residency at the Pit Theatre in the Barbican Centre, London in 2011. Chamber opera based on texts from the celebrated 18th century publication ‘Harris’s List of Covent Garden Ladies’ (edited by Hallie Rubenhold), the Berlusconi tapes of the D’Addario case and the diary of a female pimp in Barcelona.The project displays a variety of perspectives and a simultaneity of traditions, drawing from original Mozart songs, the contemporary texts to create an hour long performance.