My music

Graham Ross directs the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge in a wide-ranging and moving sequence of music for Remembrance.
Durufle: Requiem Op. 9 V. Pie Jesu more >>
BRAUNFELS, W.: Grosse Messe
Braunfels’ hand at drama and his careful consideration of the text betrays the opera composer, not only in the Te Deum, but also in the Great Mass which he finished in 1926.
Braunfels: Grosse Messe, Op. 37: 1 Kyrie more >>
IRELAND, J.: String Orchestra Music
John Ireland’s music is often a response to landscape and romantic sensitivities.
Ireland: Sarnia: II. In a May Morning more >>
GREGSON, Peter: Touch
“TOUCH follows on from my previous album, Lights in the Sky.
Gregson: Time more >>
SIERRA, R.: Sinfonia No. 3, “La Salsa” / Beyond the Silence of Sorrow / Borikén / El Baile
The sonic colour and distinctive rhythms enshrined in these four works provide further evidence of the art of internationally acclaimed Puerto Rican composer, Roberto Sierra.
Sierra: Sinfonia No. 3, "La Salsa": III. Danzas more >>
Mater Ora Filium Music for Epiphany
“With gold of obedience and incense of lowliness". Graham Ross directs the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge in music from the sixteenth and twentieth centuries.
Mater ora filium more >>
PAULUS, S.: Three Places of Enlightenment / Veil of Tears / Grand Concerto
Describing himself as ‘a composer who can satisfy all kinds’, Stephen Paulus possesses a remarkable versatility and gift for the dramatic.
Paulus: To Be Certain of the Dawn: Part II: Remembrance: Interlude: Veil of Tears more >>