postponed (without fixed new date) due to the coronavirus outbreak
The Garden Party R&D sharing
Royal Opera House, 17/04/20
opera for eight voices, six instrumentalists, live electronic and foley sound and mixed media
libretto adapted from the Katherine Mansfield short story of the same name by Jo Pidcock
directed by Issy Kettle
produced by Salome Wagaine
for soprano, countertenor, two clarinets, and classical guitar
(WE'VE GOT) HONEY LOVE
for EXAUDI vocal ensemble
Milton Court Concert Hall, GSMD
for viola and piano with fixed media
Silk Street Music Hall, GSMD
Christus factus est
for the Gesualdo Six
Aldeburgh Festival 2020
Before / beyond
for Mark Knoop (to perform on piano and synths)
recording session June 2020
the mermaid café: single release
a short opera
Birmingham, Autumn 2020
5th and 6th December, 2019
dance piece made in collaboration with London Contemporary Dance School students, with music created for violin, electric guitar, double bass and tape, performed at The Place
October and November 2019
Performed in 5 concerts as part of the Illuminate Women's Music tour
Singing with New London Chamber Choir: NLCC presents Juvenilia
She is more precious than rubies
performed by Jesus College Chapel Choir, as part of commemoration of 40 years of female students at Jesus College.
performed at William Goodenough House
when will things change?
performed at AMOK #5, York
Women of the World
performed by the National Youth Girls' Choir of Great Britain, Saffron Walden
performed by Eleanor Cully at the Huddersfield Choral Society Supper Club
the banquet (arrangement for lower voices and organ)
performed on Jesus College Choir tour in Worcester Cathedral
Gloria tibi trinitas
performed by the women's voices of Jesus College Choir
26th and 27th April, 2019
hunger, a short opera
performed by the Korrigan Consort in Oxford
daffodils can sing too (graphic score)
performed by Ensemble Entropy in Cambridge and at Café OTO in London
when will things change?
performed by the mermaid café at the Queens College Art Festival
tick tock: Cambridge Female Composers Festival
a different kind
premiered by the Jesus College Music Society Orchestra
Solo voice recital: Cambridge Female Composers Festival
pigs are some of the thirstiest animals!
Galvanize Ensemble with Fretwork
Der du bist drei in Einigkeit
Commissioned for the Orgelbüchlein Project
baby wontcha come on home
for ensemble recherche's Klassenarbeit
i bump into things (i spin around in circles)
Cambridge University Lunchtime Concert Series
Premiered by Ellie Carter (senior organ scholar, Clare College)
Part of the Cambridge Female Composers Festival
pastoral symphony for alto (with loop pedal) and tape
As part of Collective31's 'Messiah Reimagined' concert
the mermaid café presents: Alternative Lessons and Carols
new music and new words, curated and performed by the mermaid café and friends
Jesus College Chapel
solo vocal recital, Murray Edwards College
the mermaid café perform a recital of experimental covers of pop/folk songs
Jesus College Chapel recital series
brambles fewer for SATB choir
premiered by Cambridge Chorale
calm at dawn, for SATB choir
Premiered and commissioned by the Edington Festival of Music in the Liturgy
04 -- 11/08/18
hunger, a short opera
At the Edinburgh Fringe 2018, Paradise in the Vault
in connection with for violin, cello and theorbo
Commissioned by Listenpony for members of La Vaghezza
Centrala, Birmingham; International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Manchester; Playground Theatre, London
Hail, O Queen for SATB choir
Jesus College Choir in Sunday Evensong, Jesus College Chapel
daylight caught for large chamber ensemble
to think at the sun, for Quinta, RNS musicians, and tape
Commissioned by Sound and Music's Next Wave 2 programme.
Premiered at Sage Gateshead as part of the New Year New Music festival.
lunch?, for piano, clarinet and cello
Commissioned for the Cambridge Music Festival, and premiered by Huw Watkins, Scott Lygate and Joy Lisney.
16 and 17/11/17
hunger, a chamber opera
Commissioned by Helios Collective's Formations 2017 program.
Directed by Freya Wynn-Jones, conducted by Noah Mosely.
the banquet, for men's voices and double bass
Commissioned and performed by St John's College Cambridge Chapel Choir. (world premiere)
the morning, for string quartet, oboe, trumpet, piano, and percussion
Commissioned and performed by Ed Liebrecht and the Cambridge Mahler Orchestra in Jesus College Chapel.
She adored, SATB
Performed by Cambridge Chorale at Little St. Mary's Church, Cambridge.
unfinished skyscrapers, for violin and electronics
Performed by myself and Anahita Falaki at the Heong Gallery.