MUSIC FOR DUOS AND ENSEMBLES
David's duos are strong, unusual works, written for some of the best performers working in the UK and abroad. Make sure you check out the works by Psappha and Jose Zalba-Smith.
Commissioned by Hear and Now in conjunction with Psappha for a new work for percussionist and toy piano
Selected for the 2020 Seoul Toy Piano Festival.
First performed 17/05/2018 by Psappha (Tim Williams and Benjamin Powell).
David also has stacks of ensemble music with new works coming up for Psappha (Larner Walker Commission), Solem Quartet (BBN Commission), and Fresh Inc Festival. He's writing all the time and, if you'd like to work with him, then get in touch to sort out a commission!
First performed on 26/05/2020 by the Less Than 10 Ensemble in Austin, Texas.
Selected for performance by reMusik in St Petersburg, Russia.
First performed (2 pianos and 2 percussionists) on 25/07/2020 by the Less Than 10 Ensemble in Austin, Texas.
First performed (clarinet quartet) on 29/11/2020 by the Bute Clarinet Quartet.
Commissioned by the NAFA Ensemble, Singapore.
First performed 21/12/2018 by the Contrasts Trio in NAFA Campus 3, Singapore.
First performed 13/08/2018 by Quartetto Indaco as part of the 2018 HighSCORE Festival in Pavia, Italy.
Supported by a Lithuania Arts Council Grant
Performed on 29/06/2019 as part of Composers+ Academy in Druskininkai, Lithuania by Vytenis Danielius and the C+ Ensemble.
supported by a Vale of Glamorgan Music Festival Composers’ Bursary
First performed on 22/05/2017 by Grand Band as part of the inaugural Peter Reynolds Composer Suite at the Vale of Glamorgan Music Festival.
Commissioned by the NAGA Ensemble, Singapore.
First performed on 19/10/2019 by the NAFA Ensemble in Singapore
Written as part of CoDI Sound
First performed 14/02/2020 by UPROAR Ensemble as part of the 2020 Bangor Music Festival and CoDI Sound.
Written for Musicfest Aberystwyth
First performed by the Magnard Ensemble.
Selected for RHUL's Finnissy At 70: Call For Scores
First performed 21/06/2017 by The Assembly Project as part of the International St Magnus Festival Composers’ Course, conducted by Iain McLarty.
Performed as alternate versions by Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, and as a duo by Darragh Morgan and Mary Dullea.