A Clare Toccatina (2020)

commissioned by Choir & Organ Magazine as part of their New Music Series 2020, in partnership with Graham Ross and The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge. Premiered by George Gillow (Sir William McKie Organ Scholar) on Sunday 15th November 2020.

Read my interview with Choir & Organ here.

A Clare Toccatina received it's second performance at York Minster Cathedral on Thursday 25th March 2021 (starting at 51m59s on video livestream).

The Sick Rose (2020)

written for Zachary Smith as part of Quarantine Song Project and premiered online by Chetham's School of Music, Tuesday 21st July 2020.

Tenor: Zachary Smith

Pianist: Madeleine Brown

Drop down, ye Heavens, from above (2018, premiered 2020)

premiered by The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge in their evensong for the Minerva Festival, Sunday 19th January 2020, Clare College Chapel, Cambridge.

Soprano: Matilda Mills

Conductor: Graham Ross

Sweeter Than Honey  (2019)

commissioned by The Korrigan Consort for 'A Blue True Dream Of Sky'

Saturday 12th June 2019, University College Chapel, Oxford.

Recorded by Jocelyn Orrell, Annette Michelle and Emily Hazrati

Sunday 15th March 2020, Robinson College Chapel, Cambridge.

'This past June, the Korrigan Consort was invited to mark 40 years of women at University College, Oxford with a concert. We sang music setting works by queer poets from across history, including works that explore universal love, self love, and embracing one’s identity. From Sappho to Stein, this programme included works old and new, including works featuring harp and electronics. We were also honoured to premiere a new piece by Emily Hazrati, setting letters between two 12th-century nuns in love. Other works included songs by Benjamin Britten, Judith Shatin, Jake Landau, Gwyneth Walker, and more. Half of all ticket sales went to support Oxford Friend, Oxford's premiere LGBTQ+ support charity.'

[source: https://korriganconsort.com/events-archive/]