Composition

 

Harraga2017
– Premiere by Ordinary Affects, Boston, US. April 2017

Surreal Imaginings of Men, 2017
– Premiere at Modern Art Oxford, UK, February 2017. Performed by The Set Ensemble.

No, Schubert! 2016
– Premiere at Umbral festival, Oaxaca, Mexico, December 2016. Performed by Dora Bartilotti (objects), Carlos Baz (objects, motors), Liliana Rodríguez (viola), Aarón Escobar (objects, software), Juan Garcia (double bass).

25 Questions to The Board (Redacted) 2016
Premiere by Stephen Chase, La Biblioteka, Sheffield 2017
Performed by Ailis Ni Riain as part of Sound and Music ‘Unlimited Impact’.

The Complete Man (for Tim Parkinson) 2016

Collapsed Points for Living In (for Basil Beattie and Dominic Lash), 2015
Premiered by Dominic Lash, Music We’d Like To Hear, July 2015
– Broadcast: Hear and Now, BBC Radio 3, August 2015

Twenty Furlongs of Self-determination (for JCM), 2015
– Released as part of Sifr, Suppedaneum, Chicago 2015

A Reward is Given for the Best Inframammary Fold 2015
– Version 1:
Indeterminacy in Text Scores, a.pe.ri.od.ic Ensemble,  Chicago, May 2015
– Version 2:
Dog Star Orchestra, Los Angeles, June 2015
-Version 4:
Performed by Angharad Davies (violin), Rhodri Davies (electric harp), Michael Duch (double bass), Lina Lapelyte (violin), John Lely (objects & electronics), & John Tilbury (piano). From the CD ‘Goldsmiths’, by Another Timbre Records, which contains an extended group improvisation and compositions by Sarah Hughes, John Lely and Jurg Frey. (Excerpt above)
– Version 5:
Three Generations of British Composers: Howard Skempton, Laurence Crane, Sarah Hughes, Southland Orchestra, Los Angeles, September 2015

I Love this City and its Outlying Lands 2014
-Version 1
Commissioned as part of Fernand Legér Reconstruire le réel  at Musée des Beaux Arts de Nantes, Sarah Hughes, Nantes, September 2014
– Version 2
For Ryoko Akama, released on Senu Hima, Melange Editions 2015 (with Antoine Berger, James Saunders and Jurg Frey)

Architectural Model Making 2014
– Version 1
Commissioned by Another Timbre
Nine realisation by Ryoko Akama, Lali Barrière / Eduard Màrquez, Seth Cooke, Bruno Duplant, Bonnie Jones / Tim Albro, Choi Joonyong, Phil Julian, Alfredo Costa Monteiro, Olivier Toulemonde
-Version 1.1
Premiered by Ryoko Akama at Fuse Gallery, Bradford
Performed by Heather Frasch at Studio 8, Berlin, April 2017
Performed by Heather Frasch at Liebig Gallery, Berlin, April 2017

Repetition Variation #2 (Sketchbook Series #3) 2013
– Published by Reductive Music,  Journal One, 2014. Performed by Bruno Guastalla, Dominic Lash and Samuel Rodgers.

Repetition Variation #1 (Sketchbook Series #2) 2012
Audiograft Festival Michael Pisaro, Tim Parkinson, Dominic Lash, Patrick Farmer, James Saunders. Holywell Music Hall, Oxford, 2012.
– Michael Pisaro, David Stent, Sarah Hughes, Marcus Rubio, Andy Young. The Wulf, Los Angeles 2013.

Fires and Conifers 2012
Written as part of a residency and exhibition at QO2, Brussels
– Broadcast: Hear and Now, BBC Radio 3, August 2017
– Performed at Music We’d Like to Hear 2017
– Published as part of a collection of scores by The Set Ensemble BORE publishing Summer 2015
– Released on Stopcock by The Set Ensemble Consumer Waste Records  September 2015
– Ryoko Akama, Jane Dickson, Patrick Farmer, Sarah Hughes, Samuel Rodgers, David R J Stent, Paul Whitty. Church of St. John the Evangelist, March 2015
– A.pe.ri.od.ic Ensemble, Chicago 2013

Can Never Exceed Unity 2012
– Second edition by Suppedaneum, Chicago 2015
– Released by Suppedaneum, Chicago 2013. Performed by Rhodri Davies, Patrick Farmer, Jane Dickson, Neil Davidson, and Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga.

For Rilke (for RD) 2010
– Rhodri Davies, Dominic Lash. Holywell Music Hall, 2012

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