My music

Violin Concertos (British) – PATTERSON, P. / LEIGHTON, K. / JACOB, G.
Written for soloist and string orchestra, the Concerto by Gordon Jacob contains at its heart a threnodic slow movement cast in long
Gordon Jacob: Violin Concerto - II. Andante espressivo more >>
DYSON, G.: Choral Symphony / St Paul’s Voyage to Melita
Born into a working-class family, George Dyson became one of the most important musicians and composers of his day.
Dyson: Choral Symphony - Largo more >>
PALOMO, L.: Sinfonía Córdoba / Fulgores
One of Spain’s most internationally admired living composers, Lorenzo Palomo is the natural successor to Joaquín Turina.
Palomo: Fulgores more >>
RACHMANINOV, S.: Piano Concerto No. 2 / Études-tableaux, Op. 33
Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 2 is one of the most passionate and beloved concertos in the repertoire
Rachmaninov: Études-tableaux, Op. 33: No. 3 in C Minor: Grave more >>
Four Pianos, Four Pièces
Alexander Melnikov imagined this programme where four monuments from the piano repertoire are interpreted in their original instrumental environment.
Schubert: Wanderer-Fantasie D.760, op. 15 - I. Allegro con fuoco ma non troppo more >>
SIBELIUS, J.: Tapiola / En Saga / Songs (arr. A. Sallinen for voice and orchestra)
On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Sibelius’s birth in 2015 composer Aulis Sallinen (b. 1935) orchestrated a cycle of songs for mezzosoprano Anne Sophie von Otter. This cycle of eight songs contains several less known songs in a cavalcade juxtaposing human emotions and innermost thoughts with the natural environment and experiences in nature.
Sibelius: 7 Songs, Op. 13 (arr. A. Sallinen for voice and orchestra) - No. 1. Under strandens granar ('Neath the Fir Trees) more >>
CHILCOTT, B.: Choral Music
Bob Chilcott is one of Britain’s most popular and respected composers and his choral music is performed worldwide.
Bob Chilcott: Nidaros Jazz Mass (version for choir, double bass, drums and piano) - Agnes Dei more >>