Update - October
Warmest thanks to the Immanuel Nova choir, the Treitler Quartet, Anders Löfgren, and conductor Kristina Åkesson for such an uplifting and well-received premier of the commissioned Ambrosian Hymns here in Stockholm.
Watch the concert: Ambrosian Hymns
Mass has now found its way into the choral repertiore of many countries, but perhaps no more so than in Germany. Ich danke Ihnen.
Thank you to conductor Ricardo Gabriel Sidelnik for the Argentina premier of My Rose in Buenos Aires.
The new Dreams piano album is now released at iTunes, Spotify and other streaming sites
Underway: a backburner project I've wanted to do for years, an album of country/western-influenced piano, is being readied for release in 2015.
Free Country - piano
Departures - for violin and piano
Birds at Dawn/Birds at Dusk - chamber ensemble
A Fairy's Tale - women's choir a cappella
Dreams - piano recording (release: September 2014)
Ambrosian Hymns - choir/piano/strings (premiere in Stockholm, October 18)
Fiddlers Green - bluegrass tunes
Ame Ni No Makezu - men's choir/piano trio
Evensongs - piano
Nevia, The Hills, Mirror Lake, Cadence, Whispers - piano recordings
Misuzu - 6 songs for women's choir/piano
Oratio Sancti Francisci - choir/piano
Tellus Tertius - chamber music suite for contemporary dance
Arrangement of Lux Aeterna from Requiem, for choir-piano-strings-soprano solo.
Arboretum - 4 voices a cappella
Warm thanks and congratulations to the Northampton Bach Choir for their British premiere of My Rose.
Demos of new pieces: Evensongs - 30 pieces in psalmbook format - Evensongs demo (sample)
Fiddlers Green - 14 bluegrass tunes - demo
Along with personal writing and recording projects underway, I also compose on commission. Works have so far been commissioned from Sweden, USA, Japan, Germany, Singapore, Cyprus, Spain, Holland and Denmark.
The archiving work begun in 2013, which has included 130 new demo recordings and 4000 pages of scores, is finally completed.
Hiroshima Josei choir sings Hana No Tamashii from the new MISUZU suite
Regna Caelorum from Ambrosian Hymns
from Things Past for flute and piano
from Three Ballads for English Horn
An Americana orchestra piece, from 2003
Youth choir Kirameki in Hiroshima, conducted by Nozomi Terasawa, sing Shion from the Hanabana suite
One of my favorites from Charts
Flash mob in Sardinia:
...and the same song, in a Korean translation