Two works have been published by UYMP and released on a new CD, Firewheel.
I have started working on an AHRC-funded Cultural Engagement Project at the University of York: ‘From score to sound: Engaging audiences with new music’.
‘Responding to the modernist fragment’ has been published in the journal Textual Practice.
Harlequin was performed by CHROMA at the Forge on 11 November and at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival on 23 November.
Jonathan Sage (clarinet) and Delia Stevens (percussion) have recorded The Package Contents Shall Prevail as part of an album to be released in June 2016.
In that solitude has won the first prize in the King’s College London Creative Responses to Modernism prize. It was performed at King’s on 23rd June 2015 where the prize was announced.
‘Be still’ for harp and marimba received its first performance on 22 May in a recital given by Oli Wass (harp) and Zoë Craven (percussion).
On 1 May, It was not death was premiered by percussion and voice duo, PercusSing.
On 27 May I presented at the conference ‘Creativity: Method or Madness’ at the University of Glasgow.
On 8 May I presented at the interdisciplinary conference, ‘Beyond Speech: Silence and the Unspeakable across Cultures’ at the University of Manchester.
On 10th March I gave a paper about my music and my residency at the British Music Collection at CeReNeM, University of Huddersfield.
On 4th March, The Four Last Things was performed by Dark Inventions at The Forge, Camden.