A sequence of festival anthems for various feast days of the liturgical year, written for (and premiered by) various Oxbridge colleges, and subsequently recorded by the choir of King’s College Cambridge.
A concert Requiem on a substantial scale (duration c. 50’) for 4 soloists, chorus and orchestra, premiered by the Bach Choir in St Paul’s Cathedral in 2013.
An atmospheric Christmas cantata (duration c. 25’) for 2 soloists, chorus and orchestra, premiered in the Sheldonian in Oxford in 2017.
The last in the anthems series, written on the retirement of Sir Stephen Cleobury, together with the popular carol ‘Questions’.
A song-cycle of eight short songs for baritone and piano, charting a poet’s life, premiered in Cambridge by its dedicatee, Richard Lloyd Morgan.
An orchestral song cycle for mezzo-soprano and baritone soloists and orchestra (duration c. 23’) premiered in the Sheldonian in Oxford in 2017 (piano accpt. version also available and recorded)
An enjoyable virtuoso paraphrase for organ based around three of Gershwin’s best-known tunes, written for the organ of Symphony Hall, Birmingham in 2002.
Written on an engaging folk-like theme by Francis Warner, these variations wittily reference a range of genres from the organ repertoire, culminating in an energetic fugue and toccata.