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Hippocampus Dances (2013)
Fl, Fl/Picc, Ob, Ob/CA, Cl, Cl/Bcl, 2 Bsn, 4 Hn, 2 Tpt, 2 Tbn, BTbn, Tba, Timp, Perc, Hp, Strings. Duration c. 8′. First performed 18 October 2013 by the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra as part of the Symphony Services/Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra Composers School, conducted by Kenneth Young.
Fl, Fl/Picc, Ob, CA, Cl, Bcl, 2 Bsn, 4 Hn, 2 Tpt, 2 Tbn, BTbn, Tba, Timp, Perc, Hp, Strings. Duration c. 7’30”. First performed 2 July 2015 by the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra as part of the Symphony Services/Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra Composers School, conducted by Brett Kelly.
The Shepherdess and Other Saints (2016)
Fl, Ob, Cl, Bsn, Hn, Tpt, Tbn, BTbn, Perc, 4 Vln, 2 Vla, 2 Vc, Db. Duration c. 16′. Based on I Sing a Song of the Saints of God, by Lesbia Scott (1929) and John H. Hopkins, Jr (1940). Commissioned and first performed 30 October 2016 by the Melbourne Metropolitan Sinfonietta, conducted by Patrick Burns.
Five Scenes (2018)*
Wind Quintet. Duration c. 12′. First performed by Arcadia Winds 30 October 2018 at the Melbourne Recital Centre.
Knismesis and Gargalesis (2018)*
Oboe, Bassoon and Piano. Duration c. 8′. First performed 4 September 2018 at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music by Shefali Pryor, Andrew Barnes and Bernadette Harvey.
Alto Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano. Duration c.10′. First performed in workshop 11 March 2021 at the University of New South Wales by the Australia Ensemble. Written as part of the 2020-2021 Layton Emerging Composer Fellowship.
Rikki-Tikki’s Exotic Dance (2002, rev. 2007)
Original for four harps (2002), revision for seven harps (2007). Duration c. 4′. First performed 14 March 2008 by the Seven Harp Ensemble, led by Alice Giles.
Three Plazas (2020)
Flute septet (or ensemble). Duration c. 7′. First performed 26 May 2022 by the Sydney Conservatorium of Music Flute Ensemble, directed by James Kortum.
With Zeal (2014)*
Viola and Piano. Duration c. 5’30”. Commissioned by Christopher Cartlidge. First performed 29 October 2015 by Christopher Cartlidge and Louisa Breen as part of the ABC Symphony Australia Young Performers Award 2015.
An Architecture of Butter and Sugar (2021)
Flute. Duration c. 7’30”. First performed by Lilly Yang 8 December 2021 at Abbotsford Convent. Commissioned by the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) as part of The ANAM Set (2021) and written for Lilly Yang. The ANAM Set was funded by the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government Initiative.
A Painting by Magritte (2017)*
Harp. Duration c. 10′. First performed by Alice Giles AM 31 August 2017 at the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra as part of the Canberra Symphony Orchestra’s Australian Series.
Moto Perpetuo Mondrian (2014)*
Piano. Duration c. 3’30”. Commissioned and first performed 18 July 2015 by Stefan Cassomenos.
Sarah Day Songs (2017-)
Ongoing song cycle project in two formats: Voice and Piano, and Voice and Mixed Ensemble (Cl, Hn, Str Qt) with poems by Sarah Day. Dawn and Mower first performed 5 September 2018 by Timothy Nunn and Su Choung; ensemble version first performed 13 October 2019 by Ensemble Goldentree.
David Davis@ (2019)*
Voices (Sop, 2 MS, Ten, Bari) and Chamber Ensemble (Fl/AFl/Picc, Cl/Bcl, Vla, Vc, Pno). First performed in semi-staged reading 7 February 2020 at the Sydney Conservatorium. Adapted with permission from the short story David Davis at Coldpigeon Dot Com by Meredi Ortega.
Lust and Sloth from the Seven Deadly Sins (2015)
Voices and Orchestra (Fl, Fl/Picc, Ob, Cl, Cl/Bcl, Bsn, 2 Hn, 2 Tpt, Tbn, Tba, Timp, Perc, Hp, Pno, Strings). Lust (2 Sop, 2 MS, Ten, 2 Bari) duration c. 7′. Sloth (sop, 2 bari) duration c. 5′. First performed 6 November 2015 by Victorian Opera with Orchestra Victoria, conducted by Tahu Matheson and directed by Cameron Menzies. Cast: Kate Amos, Nathan Lay, Elizabeth Lewis, Emma Muir-Smith, Michael Petrucelli, Cristina Russo & Matthew Tng. Other sins composed by Julian Langdon, Mark Viggiani & Jessica Wells.
Solo works for clarinet, oboe, bassoon, and piano (rescheduled performance in 2022)
New work for double reed trio (rescheduled performance in 2022)
New work for bassoon and piano (rescheduled performance in 2022)