24 June 2022

I spent ​this week at the Péter Eötvös Foundation in Budapest with Péter Eötvös, Magnus Lindberg and Ars Nova Ensemble. It was also a huge honour to spend some time with György Kurtág.

17 June 2022

SmorgasChord 2022 begins today, in which I perform music by Lili Boulanger, Modest Mussorgsky, Wolfgang Rihm and György Kurtág with Hugo Herman Wilson, Tim Posner, Edgar Francis and Jonathan Leibovitz. Tim Posner also gives the world premiere of Cantastoria for solo cello. 

14 June 2022

We appear on BBC Radio 3 today to discuss SmorgasChord 2022. You can listen here.

18 February 2022

The​ programme for SmorgasChord 2022 has just been released! You can view it here. I am especially looking forward to the premiere of a new piece for cellist Tim Posner.

30 December 2021

The world premiere of We Dance, We Dance will be given on 1 January 2022 at Studio Annette, Tel Aviv, by Nir Marom.  Tickets are available here; the concert will also be streamed live on Facebook (8PM Israel Standard Time). 


25 November 2021

I'm very excited to be participating in the CEME Festival in Tel Aviv, Israel, in December, working with Meitar Ensemble and studying with Unsuk ChinJonathan Hadas will give the world premiere of a new short work for solo clarinet. 

30 October 2021


My orchestral piece​ Scherzo in La Maggiore receives its first performance today at the Michael Fowler Centre in Te Whanganui-a-Tara / Wellington, NZ, by Orchestra Wellington and Marc Taddei

07 June 2021

You can watch the premiere performance (given by Hugo Herman Wilson) of I Heard Nothing But The Roaring Sea here.

01 June 2021

You can now listen back to yesterday's feature on BBC Radio 3's In Tune, which includes an excerpt of my piece Grand Pas de Cinq.


25 May 2021

I am appearing on BBC Radio 3's In Tune on 31 May with SmorgasChord co-director Eliza Millett to discuss our plan's for this years inaugural festival. Listen here. You can also read about SmorgasChord in Classical Music Magazine in a new article we have written here.

07 May 2021

Tickets are now available for SmorgasChord, a mini festival of chamber music and poetry I am curating in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, on 5 June. Tickets can be purchased here


The festival will feature the world premiere of my new work for solo baritone, I Heard Nothing But The Roaring Sea, in addition to performances of works by Clara Schumann, Kaija Saariaho, Jörg Widmann, György Ligeti, and Olivier Messiaen. Artists will include Eliza Millett, Dave Shaw, Andrew Dickinson, Hugo Herman Wilson, Emily Earl and Luke English. 

05 March 2021

Due to the past week's unexpected Level-3 lockdown in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, and its resultant travel restrictions, Te Ata 2021 has very sadly been cancelled. The festival writes that 'we look forward to March 2022 when we will once again gather in Porirua to exchange, create, debate, compete and nurture the imagination that is urging us to towards new ways of seeing the world, valuing it, and towards a future worth building'.

01 March 2021

Tickets are now available for Exiled Forever, my collaboration with Lemi Ponifasio, Chris Ward and Le Manaia Ponifasio at Te Ata 2021. Tickets are available here.

11 February 2021

I am looking forward to working with Lemi Ponifasio at Te Ata in Porirua in March. Details will be available soon. You can read about last year's festival here

08 April 2020

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the Mahler Festival 2020, including the world premiere of The Mosaique of the Aire, has sadly been cancelled. See here for details concerning the possible rescheduling of the festival. Stay safe!


03 April 2020

I am now represented by SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music, Toi te Arapūoru. You can look at and purchase scores of my music from their website here, and read more about music in Aotearoa New Zealand here.

20 December 2019

Tickets are now available from Paradiso Club for the world premiere performance of The Mosaique of the Aire.

04 November 2019


I am very much looking forward to performances of The Mosaique of the Aire in Amsterdam and London given by the Orchestra for the Earth and John Warner. The world premiere will be at Het Concertgebouw's Mahler Festival 2020.