I am happy and very honoured to say that, since early September, I am a member of SCA (Severnside Composers Alliance), a very active collective of established composers, formed in 2003. Please find info regarding our upcoming concert with the fantastic Gemini Ensemble, Monday 19 November 7.30pm St. Paul’s Church, Clifton, BRISTOL BS8 1LP Here’s an excerpt from our newsletter, my interview, by David Greenhorne:
We have had some exciting festival ‘Official Selections’ all over the world in the past few months, including Toronto, Singapore, New York, Tennessee and New Jersey. Check out our updated poster and official Facebook page
Heimlich, Short-Thriller, 2017We’re happy to announce that our film “Heimlich” has been officially selected in the following international festivals and has been nominated for and won the following awards: Awarded as Officially selected by Best Cinematography runner-up Bucharest Film Awards International Short Film Festival in Drama Drama, Greece Best Original Score runner-up Bucharest Film Awards Athens International Film Festival Athens, Greece Best Greek Short Film winner Bridges International Film Festival Bucharest Film Awards Bucharest, Romania Best
Very happy and proud to announce that my score for “Heimlich” has won Best Original Score runner-up award from BFA (Bucharest Film Awards). A huge thank you for your support and also congratulations to the director Kostas Bakouris for the multiple awards and festival screenings world widely.
New official selection for our film, “Heimlich” in Hellas Filmbox Festival, Berlin. So proud! Here’s the trailer: Heimlich Official Trailer
Official selection for yet another film festival! Excited to announce that our two award-winning film “Heimlich” 2017 is going to the most recognised short film festival in Athens!
This is a Boethius’s poem “The True Sun”, from “The Consolation of Philosophy”, set to music and arranged for Bristol University Schola Cantorum, commissioned for the RMA conference in Bristol, January 2015. It was performed and recorded by Schola Cantorum, conducted by Emma Hornby.