(piano and orchestra)
0.2.2(eflat:bcl).ssax.2(2=cbsn). / 126.96.36.199. / 2perc.acc.hp.cel. / str. (4solo.0.5.4.3.)
Commissioned by the BBC and premiered by the composer and BBC SSO under Martyn Brabbins in City Halls Glasgow, March 2008
The Tiniest House of Time
(accordion and orchestra)
picc(rec).1(rec).2.2(Ebcl).0. / 2.2.2(2=btbn).1. / 4perc.hp.pf(cel). / str.
Commissioned by the BBC and premiered by James Crabb, BBC SSO under Jakob Hrusa Barbican, London, November 2012
Lost in thought (2015) c. 240'
A mindfulness opera
(solo soprano, clarinets (bass and A), accordion, piano, percussion, vln/vla, cello, harp)
Commissioned by Mahogany Opera Group and The Barbican
1st performance: St Luke’s Barbican London, September 2015
Tiger’s Nest (2015) 25'
Breath of Fire
(solo percussion, two pianos, two solo gamelan, gamelan ensemble (circa 10 players), metallophones (pelog and slendro))
Commissoned by Cheltenham Festivals and SBC London
1st performance: Cheltenham Town Hall, May 2015
Commissioned by Matthew Jones and York Late Music and premiered5th March 2011 Late Music Festival, York
The City of Love
(voice, cello, piano)
Written for Lore Lixenberg (voice), Zoe Martlew (cello) and Dominic Saunders (piano) and premiered by them in York as part of Cutting Edge tour April 2002
(violin and piano)
Commissioned by the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. Premiered by David Alberman and Rolf Hind at the Huddersfield Festival, November 2002.
Available on CD Secret Melodies works by Per Nørgård & Rolf Hind (Dacapo Label)
The Eye of Fire
(string quartet & prepared piano)
Written for the composer and the Duke Quartet and premiered them at the Bromsgrove Mixing Music series November 2004
Fire in the head
(oboe and Percussion)
Commissioned by New Noise and premiered1st March 2011 Purcell Room, London
The Flower in the next Corner
Composed for and premiered by The Duke Quartet in August 2008 at the Dartington Festival
Follow the Leader
(voice and percussion)
Commissioned by Lore Lixenberg and first performed by her and Damien Harron at the RIOT spnm concert 9th Feb 2007 LSO St. Luke's.
The Horse Sacrifice
(fl/bfl/treble recorder, cl/Eb/recorder, vln, vc, perc, pf with ratchet + triangles)
1st Performance: Brighton, May 2001.
Commissioned by the Brighton Festival for the New Music Players
Recorded by the New Music Players on London Independent records (LIR003)
(clarinet and violin)
Composed for and premiered by The Duke Quartet in May 2008 at the Soundwaves Brighton Festival.
Sit, Stand Walk
2rec.cl. / hn. / perc.hp(whirly tube).pf.acc. / vln.vla.2vc
Commissioned by Chroma and Spitalfields music and premiered at Spitalfields Festival, June 2011, Clarinet: Stuart King
(grand piano, four uprights and a honkytonk)
Written for the composer and five student pianists at Nottingham University premiered by them at Djanogly Recital Hall March 2005
The Thing is
(piano, cello, violin)
Premiered at the Corsham Festival 2006 by the Fidelio Trio
Thirteen O'clock Shadow
(2 singing percussionists)
Written for Richard Benjafield and Chris Brannick. Premiered at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 2001
Your black mouth (2002) 12'
A Single Hair, a Jasmine Petal, Seven Mattresses, a Pea..
(Bass clarinet, harp)
Premiered by Fiona Cross and Hugh Webb at the Leasowes bank festival Shropshire in August 2002
Air inside the cage
DedicatedTo John CAGE AND O.R. Premiered Danse hallerne, Copenhagen, May 2012
Cloud Shadow & Solgata
1st Performance: Seoul, S. Korea, April 2000
Solgata performed by the composer on the State of the Nation CD from NMC
The Towers of Silence (2007)