29 January, 2022 - Wave Variations for chamber orchestra, performed by the MSO at the MSO Cybec Composers Showcase, Hamer Hall, Southbank, 6.30pm
17 July, 2020 - Shifting, performed by PLEXUS at the PLEXUS: Prism Concert for the Women in Music Festival, Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, 7pm
24 August, 2019 - To A Wild Rose, an orchestral arrangement performed by the Dandenong Ranges Orchestra, as part of the Victorian Community Orchestra Gala Concert, 5pm, Malvern Hall, Melbourne
8 July, 2019 - Shifting, for violin, clarinet and piano, commissioned and performed by PLEXUS for the National Gallery of Victoria’s Alexander Calder: Radical Inventor exhibition, 6.30pm, NGV, Melbourne
11 July, 2018 - Croatian premiere of Spheres, performed by the Polaris Duo at the 2018 World Saxophone Congress, 5.15pm, Zagreb, Croatia
29 June, 2018 - Performance of Spheres by the Polaris Duo, Bury Parish Church lunch recital, 1.30pm, Bury
May/June 2018 - The Ascent for solo viola, commissioned and performed by Katherine Clarke. The work was performed three times in London: St Stephen Walbrook (22/05), St Olave’s (23/05) and Southwark Cathedral (12/06).
19 April, 2018 - Premiere of Spheres for alto saxophone and harp, performed and commissioned by the Polaris Duo, premiered at the Polaris Duo album launch of 'illuminate', 7.30pm, the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Manchester.
Spheres was recorded by the Polaris Duo in December 2017 and features in their debut album, 'illuminate', digitally released on April 20, 2018.
21 October, 2017 - Two works premiered: Remember Me and Barren Hills for soprano and piano, performed by Elinor Jane Moran and Elspeth Wilkes, commissioned by ShivaNova/Equator for the Women of the World Festival: Women and Words - Poetry and Music Concert, 7.30pm, Kings Place, London
12 August, 2017 - Love Is for solo piano, original music for Wedding Ceremony, 12.30pm, Christ Church Roxeth, Roxeth Hill, Harrow
- performed by Melissa Douglas
1 July, 2017 - The Greatest of These for violin and cello, original music for Wedding Ceremony,
12.30pm, St Andrew's Church, Chorleywood, Hertfordshire
- performed by Ben and Ellie Horrigan
23 April, 2017 - Premiere of Reverie for oboe, bassoon and piano, commissioned and
performed by the Magnard Trio, Templewood Hall, Cromer Music Evenings Concert Series,
1 October, 2016 - Premiere of Restless for oboe and piano, performed by the Shion Duo
as part of the ‘Women of the World 2016: Jane Eyre Reimagined’ Festival, Kings Place, London
23 June, 2016 - Premiere of Kristallnacht for chamber opera, AHRC funded ‘Performing the Jewish Archive: Out of the Shadows’ Festival, Clothworkers Centenary Hall, Leeds. Performed by Royal Northern College of Music students Freya Holliman, Matthew Palfreyman, Cressida McKay Frith, Freya Chambers, Michael Smith, Clemence Prudhomme and Ines Mota Pino
12 May, 2016 - Premiere of Ever-fixed Mark for soprano and clarsach, (three performances), performed by Joanna Harries and Kathryn Mason, part of 'Neon Sonnets' Concert series in celebration of Shakespeare's sonnets, John Rylands Library, Deansgate, Manchester
10 May, 2016 - Recording of Glint for the Carnelian Quartet (saxophone quartet), RNCM Studio, Manchester
5 March, 2016 - Premiere of Silhouettes for percussion quartet, RNCM Chamber Music Festival ‘Songs Without Words’, RNCM Concert Hall, Manchester
24 November, 2015 - BBC Composition workshop of Bless the Lord (Psalm 103) for SATB chorus, performed by the BBC Singers, BBC Maida Vale Studios, London
8 October, 2015 - Premiere of Woven for symphony orchestra, performed by the RNCM Brand New Orchestra, RNCM Concert Hall, Manchester
12 May, 2015 - Workshop of piece Silhouettes on Scarlatti with the RNCM Saxophone Orchestra, RNCM Studio, Manchester
6 May, 2015 - Workshop of piano work Elusive, performed by concert pianist Clare Hammond, RNCM Lecture Theatre, Manchester
8 March, 2015 - BBC Radio 3 Commission for solo piano work Solo Gratia, performed by concert pianist Grace Francis, broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and digitally released on LMI and iTunes on album ‘SACRED’.