Commissioned by Normandy Day UK in 2015, the anthem was composed and produced in time for the D-Day Commemoration service at Coventry Cathedral UK.
The libretto was inspired by a local contemporary poem.
It was performed under the baton of Ilona Sekacz in front of a packed cathedral containing WWII Veterans and VIPs. It featured soloist Sandra Godley, cello by Nikki Kristy and community choir.
Commissioned in 2014, and mastered by Abbey Road engineer, Trystan Francis, this anthem was used throughout the 2014/2015 season before home matches at Sixways, Worcester.
It subsequently on several community education videos.
The soundtrack featured award winning Police choirs from Hereford and Worcestershire.
The Duke of Norfolk.
An orchestral work for large Symphony orchestra first performed at an open-air Fireworks Spectacular at the Duke of Norfolk's ancestral home, Carlton Towers, Yorkshire in front of an audience of 10,000.
Conductor: Andrew Constantine with the
Bardi Symphony Orchestra.
A show reworking the story of King Arthur.
Orchestra: Royal Ballet Sinfonia
Composer & conductor;
First performed in 2000 at Birmingham Hippodrome theatre, with the Royal Ballet Sinfonia, members of Birmingham Royal Ballet and 70 young people.