Previous events

CIRCLES launch concert

Birmingham Conservatoire

Official launch concert for my new album CIRCLES. Themed around the circulation of time and space and the cyclic nature of our universe, the short album features five pieces for multitrack violin. This concert will present the compositions in a live context, using live looping, electronics and surround sound to create an immersive aural experience.

Thinking/Not Thinking Festival

Centrala, 158 Fazeley St, Birmingham

Thinking/Not Thinking Fest is an annual festival of contrasts, curveballs and juxtapositions. Currently settled into it's new home of Birmingham, the festival explores clashes with genres and has previously put representatives from the worlds of metal, sonic arts, post-punk, jazz, hardcore, noise, contemporary composition, math-rock and free improv in a way that functions as it's own cohesive entity.

Sound the Art

Centrala, 158 Fazeley St, Birmingham

Sound the Art project is a platform to inspire young people, especially those who are visually impaired or have other types of disabilities, and asylum seekers to create and perform experimental music. I'll be giving a presentation on my creative practice at 5pm followed by a public performance at 7pm.


Birmingham Conservatoire

Frontiers presents a concert of new works by Royal Birmingham Conservatoire composers. This concert will feature a wide range of styles and utilise the flexible layout of the Lab venue in creative and inventive ways. I will perform Morning Haze from my upcoming album Circles, so this will be a chance to hear a little preview of what is to come!

Blue Moon Club / Digbeth Dining Club

Mama Roux's, Birmingham

Digbeth Dining Club is a popular event that merges the best local street food with live music. DJs, artists and dancers are on the lineup this evening as well as your favourite multitrack fiddler! Guaranteed to be a great evening ~

Kaleidoscope 2

Birmingham Conservatoire

Another performance by the Kaleidoscope ensemble including my Arabic folk-inspired string quintet Souq! Part of the CODA festival.

Club Integral

Centrala, Birmingham B5 5RT

As part of the annual Flatpack Film Festival, this evening presents an audio-visual twist to your usual night out. I'll be performing a live score together with the fantastic Chloe Knibbs, and you'll also get to experience avant-accompaniment to silent Japanese film by performance trio Kamura Obscura as well as a new audiovisual outing by Matt Eaton (Micronormous, Pram). And don't miss out on the delicious South African foods brought to you by Ubuntu Foods!


Birmingham Conservatoire

This concert features a collaboration between 7 musicians, where each performer has constructed a piece based on improvisation with live instruments and electronics. Directed by Oliver Farrow. Free entry!


The LAB, Birmingham Conservatoire

A concert featuring original works by selected composers from Birmingham Conservatoire. My latest piece Souq - inspired by the Arabian marketplace - will be performed by the Kaleidoscope ensemble.

Flatpack Film Festival

The Electric Cinema, 47-49 Station St, Birmingham B5 4DY

I have been collaborating with composer Chloe Knibbs to write a new score for a short film featuring a contemporary dance choreography. Chloe and I will be performing the score along with the film, using violin loops and clarinet melodies to create exciting and interpretative atmospheres. This performance is part of the Flatpack Film Festival.

Musik von 2017

Eastside Projects

An exciting evening of new music by Birmingham Conservatoire's MMus composers – from voice, story and song to movement, sonic art and electronics. 10 brand new works will be presented, all intertwined with artwork from Eastside Projects' exhibition 'Production Show’. I will be performing a new piece of mine that builds on improvisation with live looping.


MAC Birmingham

Emulsion is a cross-genre music festival founded by Trish Clowes. My new piece 'The Woodcarver' will be premiered, and I will also be playing as part of the Emulsion Sinfonietta. Hosted by BBC Radio 3 presenter Fiona Talkington.


BMus Final Recital

Birmingham Conservatoire Recital Hall

This is the recital with which I finish my degree at Birmingham Conservatoire. Programme: Bach B minor Partita, Ravel Violin Sonata, Cry of Angelica (solo work by Anna Maria Olsson)