The recent addition of another movement to the Suite for Piano and Orchestra has been met with a fantastic reception and to celebrate, I have converted the MIDI to score using Sibelius. I have made this score for two reasons; the first is that I need to start converting my catalogue into playable pieces and […]
When talking music, a suite is a body of work that is related in some manner. The three movements I had written for the Piano Suite didn’t really feel like a big enough body, so I have composed another to go along with the three existing pieces. This piece once again features the Piano alongside […]
I had the pleasure of attending an incredible live performance at the Melbourne Recital Centre of National Treasures, an event that included a stunning mix of large, medium and small instrument ensembles from China. The show was part of the Chinese New Year Concert 2018: Treasures of a Nation, an inspiring and dazzling display of […]
Listen to the full suite here!
Third time is always a charm and the third instalment of the Suite for Piano and Orchestra is here! I have once again stuck to the tried and true method of condensing the musical information into short-score, with orchestration happening after the musical-sketch. I love the Composers Ravel and Piazzolla, and if you listen intently, […]
Well your humble-blogging-host has done it once again and thanks to the powers of google, I have landed a job recording the Queensland Wind Orchestra, conducted by David Law. A couple of days ago, I had networked to a number of orchestra’s and made my intentions known, the QWO was the only response I had, but […]
The game that we are creating under the team name of Jotunheim (code-named Utangard), is coming along nicely and today we presented our ideas to our peers and facilitator’s. We are fortunate enough to have two industry pro’s helping us on our journey, Gaute Rasmussen and Ralf Muhlberger, the expertise between the two of them […]