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June 2015

My work this month includes performing in the Chamber Orchestra for the University of York Symphony Orchestra and University Choir concert of Britten’s War Requiem, 17th June 2015, and four days later in the Yorkshire Philharmonic Orchestra’s first concert in 60 years: http://www.yorkshirephilharmonic.co.uk/#!nextconcert/cee5 .

May 2015

Review of PercusSing concert on May 1 2015 as part of the York Spring Festival of New Music: http://unknownmagazine.co.uk/ysfnm-2015-percussing-2/

April 2015

In the lead up to the York Spring Festival of New Music, I’ve written a blogpost about my interest in theatricality in percussion performance and my work with composer Morag Galloway on her new solo marimba piece graceful/full of grace. See the full post here: https://yorkspringfestival.wordpress.com/

January 2015

Myself and Ana will also now performing a lunchtime concert as part of the Late Music series. Our concert will be on July 4th 2015, at St. Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel, York. We’ve been in contact with many of our composers and are starting to receive the parts for the pieces. Things are moving forward fast now we are into the new year. Follow us on Twitter to keep up with our news. @PercusSingYork

See details here: http://www.latemusic.org/

Courtesy of Martin Scheuregger

Courtesy of Martin Scheuregger

September 2014

I have recently teamed up with soprano Ana Beard Fernández and we have a performance lined up in May 2015 in the York Spring Festival of New Music, premiering new works commissioned for the occasion. Although newly formed, we have exciting plans, so watch this space.

Photo courtesy of Chris Leedham

Photo courtesy of Chris Leedham

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