More live performances are emerging… I’m playing duo with Ross Stanley for Cadogan Hall’s returning lunchtime series on August 10th… gig starts at midday, 2 sets. You have to pre-book for Covid safety reasons, but it’s free to stand, and then £5 to sit. Info here. Ross and I have also just recorded a duo album at Wigmore Hall (huge thank you to the hall’s team for having us – photo below), so at some point down the road, we’re very much looking forward to sharing that with the world… But in the meantime, if you’re able, you can hear us at this gig!
In the Autumn I’ll be playing some more concerts with Orchestra of the Swan (details yet to be announced), but I’m excited to say that they have also made me their Associate Artist for the coming season… This includes a commission for me to write a piece for saxophone and orchestra, the premiere of which will be on April 26th 2022 in Stratford… very excited about this. Especially as the legendary clarinettist and conductor Michael Collins will be conducting the concert!
I also did a recording session for Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian at All Saints Church in Tooting this week, with players from the London Symphony Orchestra, Tim Giles on drums, and Jon Hargreaves conducting. Cevanne is making an album for NMC Recordings, and it’s going to be very special… (For those of you that don’t know, I commissioned her a few years back to write for MY IRIS/Emulsion). You can check out more info on Cevanne and this fabulous project on her website and Facebook page.
Finally, the set that MY IRIS recorded/filmed at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall is still available if you missed it, you can still watch it here… featuring mostly new tunes, plus Free to Fall from our last album. It looks and sounds great – so a big thank you to the engineer and filming crew at B Music – and gives you all a sneak preview of what our new album might sound like (recording end of the summer).
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