If you, or an ensemble/choir of which you are a part, would like to perform any of the works listed below, contact the composer for scores and instrumental parts.
Weaving Song I- The Thread of Breath | SATB Choir | 6'30''
Composed for the BBC Singers with conductor, Nicholas Chalmers | Broadcast on BBC Radio 3 | 30th June 2021.
Glen Sannox River Song | Solo Flute | 5'45''
A London Symphony Orchestra Discovery commission for LSO Principal Flautist, Gareth Davies | First performance 16th July 2021, London Symphony Orchestra Lunchtime Concert, LSO St Luke's.
Weaving Song II- If This Island... | SATB Choir | 5'00''
A Cheltenham Music Festival commission for The Carice Singers | Written for the Cheltenham Music Festival Composer Academy | First performance 9th July 2021, Composium Event at the Cheltenham Music Festival.
A Forest Reawakens | Orchestra | 04'30''
Commissioned by BBC Radio 3 for the BBC Concert Orchestra. | Broadcast on BBC Radio 3 22nd October 2021| First concert performance May 2022.
Waves caress the skin of an ancient rock... | Solo Guitar | 7'00''
An International Guitar Foundation Commission | First performance given by Katalin Koltai on 24th October 2021, London Guitar Festival, Kings Place.
There is no rose | SATB Choir | 5'00''
Composed for the choir of Magdalen College, Oxford with Director, Mark Williams | First performance in the Magdalen College Oxford Advent Carol Service on 3rd December 2023.
Monody for the World of the Two Skylarks | String Quintet | 12’00’’
Commissioned by the Aurora Orchestra for the debut concert of their Autumn 2020 season and their first concert back at Kings Place since the lockdown began in March 2020 | First performance 17th October 2020, Kings Place, London.
Monody for the World of the Two Skylarks | Version for small orchestra of strings, 2 harps, piano and percussion | 9’00’’ | Duke's Hall, Royal Academy of Music workshop, London, 1st October 2020.
Eternal Waking | SATB Choir | 7’30’’
Commissioned by BBC Radio 3 for the ‘Seven Ages of Woman’ project for International Women’s Day 2020 | First performed 27th February 2020 by the BBC Singers with conductor, Grace Rossiter, at St Peter’s Eaton Square and broadcast on BBC Radio 3 8th March 2020.
The Blurred Lines of Archipelagos | Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon and String trio | 7’00’’
Commissioned by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra as part of their ‘New Stories’ scheme for emerging composers | Film Released in SCO Digital Season 7th February 2022 .
Earth, Horizon, Sky, Moon | Solo Guitar | 10’00’’
Commissioned by guitarist, Sasha Savaloni | First performances 2022 in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Sculptures For A Changing Planet | Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello | 9’00’’|
Commissioned for the Nash Ensemble in a side-by-side with the Royal Academy of Music | First performance 27th April 2021, Wigmore Hall, London (postponed due to COVID-19).
Chessmen | Flute, Viola and Cello | 9’00’’
Commissioned by Sound Scotland for the Red Note Ensemble | First performance 27th October 2018, Red Note Ensemble, St Andrews Cathedral, Aberdeen | Second performance 9th February 2019, musicians of the London Symphony Orchestra | LSO Soundhub Showcase Concert, LSO St Luke’s, London.
Daybreak | Solo Sitar | 7’30’’
Composed for Jasdeep Singh Degun, through Psappha Ensemble’s ‘Composing For’ scheme for emerging composers | Performance and Filming of piece 16th July 2020, Victoria Wood Hall at Hallé St Peter’s, Manchester.
Delicate granite rock, crumbling apart in my hands | Soprano Saxophone/ Clarinet, Cello and Piano | 8'00''
Selected from a national Call for Scores and Broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in a live lunchtime concert from Maida Vale Studios for International Women’s Day, 8th March 2018.
Shapes form over the open landscape | Flute, Violin, Viola and 'Cello | 15'00''
Commissioned by Sir James MacMillan for The Cumnock Tryst 2016 | First performance 1st October 2016 by the RCS MusicLab, Cumnock Old Church, Ayrshire | Second performance by the Hebrides Ensemble, 9th November 2017, Stockbridge Parish Church, Edinburgh | Movement 3 workshopped by musicians of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir James MacMillian, City Halls Glasgow, April 2017.
Imprints | Brass Dectet | 7’00’’
Commissioned for IBEX Brass Ensemble | First performance scheduled 11th May 2020, Duke’s Hall, Royal Academy of Music, London (cancelled due to COVID-19).
Carved Into Rock | Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn and Piano. | 12’00’’
Commissioned for CHROMA Ensemble in a side-by-side with the Royal Academy of Music | First performance 13th January 2020, Angela Burgess Recital Hall, Royal Academy of Music, London.
Landscape No.1, Machrihanish Beach | Flute, Bass Clarinet and Piano | 8’00’’
Commissioned for The New Woods Collective | First performance 11th November 2019, Royal Academy of Music Composers’ Platform, David Josefowitz Recital Hall, London.
Between the two of us | Large ensemble and film | 19'00''
Commissioned for the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland PLUG New Music Festival | First performance 9th May 2019, Stevenson Hall, Glasgow.
She swims away to an island, unknown to anyone else | Viola and Cello version and Two Piano version | 10’00''|
Commissioned for Colin Alexander (cello) and Jennifer Ames (viola) | First performance 4th July 2019, Deal Festival, Kent.
Les Heures Grecques | Song Cycle for Soprano and Piano | 25'00''
Commissioned by soprano, Héloïse Bernard | First performed 6th June 2019, Stevenson Hall, Glasgow. | Future performances TBC.
A hand holds a candle | 2 Flutes, Oboe and Clarinet in B flat | 5'30''
Commissioned by Sir James MacMillan for The Cumnock Tryst 2018 | First performance 6th October 2018, Sirocco Winds, Cumnock Old Church, Ayrshire.
The movement of the land, the sea, the mountains, captured in a daguerreotype | Orchestra | 15’00''
I refused to write | for High Voice and Cello | 6'00''
First performed during PLUG Festival of New Music, 12th May 2018, Stevenson Hall, Glasgow.
The Way I Live | 2 Cellos, Soprano Saxophone, Piano and High Voice | 25'00''
Commissioned for the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland PLUG Festival of New Music | First performed 12th May 2018, Stevenson Hall, Glasgow.
Bruadaraiche- Dreamer | Acoustic Guitar and Cello | For inclusive audiences of children | 10'00'' Commissioned by Live Music Now Scotland for the Kimie Composition Award | First performances by Sergeant-Watt duo in Additional Support Needs schools around Glasgow, May-September 2018.
Granite Prayer | Solo prepared Piano | 7'00''
Winner of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Walter and Dinah Wolfe Composition Award | First performed by pianist, Rolf Hind on 12th May 2018, Stevenson Hall, Glasgow.
The patterns formed by seaweed, washed up on the shore | Erhu, Oboe, Violin, Viola, Cello and Harp | 9'00''
Commissioned for the UK Chinese Music Ensemble | First performance 9th May 2017, Stevenson Hall, Glasgow.
Lost amongst the lines of the night sky | Wind Quintet and Piano | 7'30''
Winner in the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Walter and Dinah Wolfe Composition Award | First performed on 7th May 2017, PLUG Festival of New Music, Stevenson Hall, Glasgow.
Light struggles to break through a northern sky | Four Pianos | 12'00''
Commissioned for the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Piano Festival 2017 | First performed March 2017, Stevenson Hall, Glasgow.
Light from a northern sky, reflected underwater | Two Pianos | 5’00’’
First performance May 2017, PLUG Festival of New Music, Ledger Recital Room, Glasgow.
Geese flying over my head and into the distance | Cello and electronics/ Viola and electronics versions | 6'00''
First performance May 2017, PLUG Festival of New Music, Stevenson Hall, Glasgow | Upcoming performances by Royal Scottish National Orchestra Viola player, Katherine Wren, 2021.
Furu Ike Ya? | Timpani and Electronics | 5'00'' version and 10'00'' version
BBC Young Composers’ Competition 2014 and Junior RNCM Peter Redfearn Composition Award | Performed by the timpanist of the Aurora Orchestra during the BBC Proms 2014 in the BBC Young Composers’ Competition Winners’ Concert.
Obon Lantern Festival | Female Voice Choir | 5'00''
Selected by Judith Weir CBE from a ‘Call for Scores’ and performed and workshopped by the BBC Singers during the BBC Proms 2013.