1. 2024

    1. 24 May · Dutch Indoor Subjects · Folkestone New Music

      Thomas Ades performs Belmont Chill from Dutch Indoor Subjects, in a piano recital with works by Janacek, Stanchinsky, Nancarrow, and his own work.

    2. 26 March · Why Do You Grieve · Colburn School, Los Angeles

      Elias Brown conducts Why Do You Grieve with an orchestra of players from Colburn School, alongside music by Ligeti and Debussy.

  2. 2023

    1. 26 October · Man with Limp Wrist · Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

      Thomas Adés conducts the Hallé in a new piece of mine, Man With Limp Wrist, alongside a programme of his own works and Janacek's Sinfonietta.

    2. 20 October · Removal and Other Powers · digital and physical release

      Natalie Burch, Fleur Barron, and Francseca Chiejina, have put together a disc on a state of the nation theme. Two new commissions from Joanna Ward and me, alongside Finzi and Britten.

    3. 7 July · Renaissance (White Lotus Main Theme by Cristobal Tapia De Veer) · Classical Pride, The Barbican Hall

      A special charity event, conductor Oliver Zeffman and the CBSO present the first Classical Pride concert given by a major orchestra in Europe.

    4. 12 May · Why Do You Grieve · digital release

      Platoon release Live at the Science Museum, part of Oliver Zeffman's Music x Museums.

    5. 11 May · The Patronages · digital release

      The Patronages, out on bandcamp and streaming platforms.

    6. 7 April · Why Do You Grieve · digital release

      Why Do We Grieve is out on Platoon as a Visual Album, released as part of Music x Museums, a series of albums and films with Apple Music.

    7. 2 April · No Verticals · Berkhamsted Old Town Hall

      Stuart King, Caroline Balding, and Clare O'Connell play a programme of ancient and new music.

    8. 14 February · Den Vater dort oben · NightMusic, St David's Hall, Cardiff

      The Ashwell Trio (Callum Smart, Ben Goldscheider, and Richard Uttley), will be playing my Horn Trio at NightMusic, St David's Hall.

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