Recent and Forthcoming Performances
15/07/2015, 7.30pm -- World premiere: Two Canonic Studies
Work details: Two Canonic Studies (Schumann)
30/08/2015 -- Three Housman Songs
Gillian Keith, soprano | Presteigne Festival Orchestra | Conducted by George Vass | Presteigne Festival
Work details: Op.69 - Three Housman Songs
31/08/2015 -- Three Studies for solo violin
Fenella Humphreys, violin | Presteigne Festival, St Andrew's Church, Presteigne, Wales
Work details: Op.39 - Three Studies
08/09/2015 -- Toward Sunrise
BBC Philharmonic | Conducted by Mike Seal | Invitiation concert at MediaCityUK
Work details: Op.117 - Toward Sunrise
19/09/2015, 7.30pm -- Prelude and Fugue in C major, BWV 547 (Bach arr. Matthews)
Work details: Prelude and Fugue in C major, BWV 547 (JS Bach)
01/10/2015, 7.30pm -- Piano Trio No.3
Work details: Op.97 - Piano Trio No.3
16/10/2015 -- Piano Trio No.1
Leonore Piano Trio | Artrix Theatre, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
Work details: Op.34 - Piano Trio No.1
16/10/2015, 7pm -- Piano Concerto
Work details: Op.111 - Piano Concerto
17/10/2015, 7.30pm -- World premiere: Sonatina for violin and piano
Work details: Op.128 - Sonatina (violin and piano)
04/03/2015 -- Forthcoming recordings
04/03/2015 -- Talking about Essays, Tributes and Criticism
David was recently broadcast on ABC in Australia talking about last year's big literary release about his work. You can download and listen to the interview here.
Read more about the book content and a review by Richard Whitehouse for Gramophone.
17/03/2015 -- CD out now: Elgar, Arnold and Simpson arranged for Strings
25/06/2015 -- Songs and Dances of Mourning
David recently spent a day at Willen Church, near Milton Keynes, where Rohan de Saram recorded his 1976 work for solo cello, Songs and Dances of Mourning. We look forward to its release on First Hand Records later in the year.
20/07/2015 -- Reviews of premieres at the Lichfield Festival
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David has enjoyed a wonderful fortnight in his residency at Lichfield Festival. Amongst the varied offerings of the Festival, David had a total of ten pieces performed, two of which were world premieres. Read review extracts on Toward Sunrise.