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Belmont Chill

3 mins, piano

Premiered at Dartington Festival, by Joseph Havlat, nominated for a BASCA British Composer Award 2018.

Also performed by Katherine Chi at the Banff Centre for arts and creativity in Canada, by George Fu at Listenpony, and by Joseph Havlat again at LSO St Luke's.

Broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and the World Service.

Part of an ongoing project Dutch Indoor Subjects.

Will be released as a single in the next few months.


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Past performances
  1. Recorded at BBC Open Ear at LSO St Luke's earlier in the year, Joseph Havlat performing (as part of my piano set Dutch Indoor Subjects).

  2. Belmont Chill is broadcast as part of a behind the scenes programme on the LSO Open Ear concert, Joseph Havlat playing.

  3. Played by Joseph Havlat at a BBC Radio 3 Open Ear concert as part of Dutch Indoor Subjects. Recorded to be Broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and the BBC World Service.

  4. at Listenpony, played by George Fu

  5. for Listenpony, played by George Fu

  6. Played by George Fu

  7. Played by Katherine Chi, part of my residency at the Banff Centre, Winter 2018.

  8. Played by Joseph Havlat, at the final concert of the Dartington Summer School Advanced Composition Course.


    Belmont Chill British Composer Award nomination


    Nov 2018

    Very excited to have recieved a nomination this year from BASCA for my solo piano piece Belmont Chill! Listen to it here.

    Banff centre residency


    Feb 2018

    For the last 5 weeks, I have been a musician-in-residence at the fantastic Banff Centre. I have to thank the generosity of the Royal Academy of Music, Help Musicians UK and some private donors for allowing me to be there, it was a fantastic experience.

    I went there principally to work on the piece for 15 instruments I've written for the Royal Academy of Music Manson Ensemble and Oliver Knussen, which I've named Dances of Travel, but I also worked on some solo piano pieces, sketches for few chamber works and a whole load more. And I met and worked with some great musicians.

    I was a brilliant and surreal experience composing in a little room on the side of the mountain in Canadian winter (-47°C was the coldest...). up on my instagram soon.