India Gailey has recorded a wonderful version of my piece Winter Music on her debut album, which was released today. You can buy the album here.Winter Music was created during a residency at the Banff Centre in January 2017. I recorded natural sounds and improvised outdoors with my breath, voice, and hands. I also built a cello (for lack of a better word) out of ice. I shaped the resulting recordings into an electronic track that creates an environment for performers to improvise with. Winter Music was premiered on flute by Yong Clark, and has also been performed on cello and accordion by Brice Catherin and Branko Džinović.
I've just posted a recording of my newest piece, Spine. It was recorded at the Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre by James Wicks, Franziska Deschner, Sarah McCabe, and Fraser Bowles. Spine is named for the stark white trunks of birch, which remain constant as the colours of the seasons shift the rest of the forest around them in cyclic, gradual layers. You can listen to Spine here.