‘Tattiesque’ was played by the wonderful Trittico at ‘Music in the Village’ St. Mary’s Church, London E17 on 26th November together with music by Poulenc, Malcolm Arnold, Madeleine Dring, Rhian Samuel, Rob Keeley, Sadie Harrison and Arvo Pärt.

‘Fuzon’ for string quartet can now be heard in a powerful live recording by the Piatti Quartet on YouTube at https://youtu.be/jFElZOSC6oU

‘Stranger, Lover, Dancer’ for solo ‘cello has just been published. See Comus Edition.

Just completed ‘Americana’ for five flutes – three short pieces: ‘Late Nights’, ‘Big Skies’ and ‘Heading South’ – lasting about 7 minutes.

‘Coronach’ for treble recorder and harpsichord was written for recorder virtuoso John Turner, He gave the first performance at Bury on 26 September in a concert also featuring countertenor James Bowman.

The first performance of ‘Stranger, Lover, Dancer’ for solo ‘cello was at the Cheltenham Festival on 2nd July played by Jessie Ann Richardson. See the Cheltenham Festival page.

Thomas Gould’s CD Bach to Parker (which includes ‘Bopbop’) has been greeted with great reviews! Richard Morrison in ‘The Times’ describes it as ‘Scythingly scintillating playing from a young virtuoso with a magpie mind’.

I have just rewritten ‘Another Orpheus’ for string orchestra (a dramatic piece based on Shelley’s ‘Hellas’ – 1 movt. c. 8 mins). Parts and score are now available from me.