This list represents all works conducted in performance, rehearsal and masterclass; plans for forthcoming projects; and all works prepared as an Assistant Conductor. I am extremely open to discovering new composers and repertoire as well as existing masterworks I have not yet had the chance to perform. I am currently developing programme ideas for conducted chamber ensemble, chamber orchestra, symphony orchestra and choral/orchestral forces and welcome collaborations with established ensembles, composers, musicians, festivals, venues and cross-artform practitioners.

Hans Abrahamsen

John Adams
Shaker Loops

John Luther Adams
Dream in White on White

JS Bach
Brandenburg Concerto No.3
Concerto in G minor for piano and strings
Orchestral Suite No.2

Samuel Barber
Adagio for Strings
Commando March
Knoxville: Summer of 1915

Bela Bartok
Concerto for Orchestra
Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta

Ludwig van Beethoven
Missa Solemnis excerpts
— Overture: Coriolanus

Symphony No.5
Symphony No.6
Symphony No.7
Violin Concerto

George Benjamin
Written on Skin

Leonard Bernstein
Overture: Candide

Eugene Birman
Imago Dei (World premiere projected)

Pierre Boulez
Dérive No.1

Anne Boyd
My Name is Tian

Johannes Brahms
Academic Festival Overture
Symphony No.1
Symphony No.2
Symphony No.3
Symphony No.4
Violin Concerto

Benjamin Britten
Soirées Musicales
Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge

Linda Buckley
Fall Approaches (UK premiere 2013)

Mark Camphouse
A Movement for Rosa

Frederic Chopin
Piano Concerto No.1

Gloria Coates
Symphony No.1 “Music on Open Strings”
Symphony No.7 “Dedicated to those who brought down the wall in peace”
Symphony No.11 “Philemon und Baucis”
Symphony No.14 “Symphony in Microtones”

Paul Constantinescu
Concerto for String Orchestra

Aaron Copland
Appalachian Spring

Arcangelo Corelli
Christmas Concerto

George Crumb

Michael Cryne
Slipstream (World premiere 2017)

Alexander Dargomyzhsky
Baba-Yaga (Fantasy-Scherzo)

Peter Maxwell Davies
Miss Donnithorne’s Maggot

Tansy Davies
Residuum (after Dowland)

Brett Dean
The Siduri Dances

Claude Debussy
Prelude de l’après-midi d’un faun
La Mer

Frederick Delius
On Hearing the Last Cuckoo in Spring

Antonin Dvorak
Serenade for Strings
Symphony No.9 “From the New World”

Edward Elgar
Enigma Variations

Bushra El-Turk
Silk Moth

Seare Farhat
Raftum as in Baagh (World premiere 2019)

Andrew Ford
The Drowners (World premiere 2018)
The Past (European premiere 2014)

George Gershwin
Rhapsody in Blue

Philip Glass
Symphony No.11

Alexandre Glazunov
Saxophone Concerto

Mikhail Glinka
Spanish Overture No.1 “Capriccio brillante on the Jota Aragonese”
Spanish Overture No.2 “Souvenir d’une nuit d’été à Madrid”
Overture: Ruslan and Ludmilla

Osvaldo Golijov
Last Round

Charles Gounod
Petite Symphonie

Percy Grainger
Irish Tune from County Derry
Lincolnshire Posy
Handel in the Strand
Ye Banks and Braes
In A Nutshell Suite

Gerard Grisey
Vortex Temporum

GF Handel
The Messiah excerpts

Garth Hardy
Like to the mowing tones of unspoke speeches (World premiere 2004)

Joseph Haydn
Symphony No.104 “London”

Paul Hindemith
Kammermusik No.1

Matthew Hindson
Maralinga (European premiere 2013)

Gustav Holst
First Suite in Eb
The Planets excerpts
Second Suite in F

Cat Hope

Philip Houghton
The Light on the Edge (European premiere 2012)

Clark Hubbard
Altitude (World premiere 2018)

Philippe Hurel
Pour Luigi

Paul Hwang
Song of Shattering (World premiere 2018)

Jacques Ibert

Leah Kardos
Kick (World premiere 2013)

Liza Lim
— The Heart’s Ear

Nicole Lizée
The Red Room

Soosan Lolavar
Zang-e Rangi

Gustav Mahler
Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
Symphony No.4
Symphony No.5

Bruno Mantovani
D’un rêve parti

Heinrich August Marschner
Der Vampyr

Pietro Mascagni
Cavalleria Rusticana excerpts

David Maslanka
A Child’s Garden of Dreams

Bonnie McLarty
What the Sky is Made of (World premiere 2018)

Egidija Medeksaite
Sandhi Prakash (World premiere 2014)

Felix Mendelssohn
Overture: Ein Sommernachtstraum
Overture: Fingalshöhle
Violin Concerto

Darius Milhaud
La Création du Monde
Suite Francaise

Cassandra Miller
— Bel Canto

Stephen Montague
Zero at the Bone

WA Mozart
Ch’io mi scordi di te?
Concerto for Two Pianos K.365
Die Zauberflöte excerpts
Don Giovanni excerpts
Exsultate, Jubilate
Great Mass in C Minor
Le Nozze di Figaro excerpts
Piano Concerto No.14
Symphony No.29
Symphony No.32
Symphony No.41 “Jupiter”

Marjan Mozetich
Fantasia… sul linguaggio perduto

Modest Mussorgsky
Pictures at an Exhibition

Luke Nickel
Ophiuchus Rising (World premiere 2012)

Laurence Osborn
Change Ringing

Carl Orff
Carmina Burana

Heidi Ouellette
The Gashlycrumb Tinies

Rosalind Page
Zerkalo (World premiere 2018)

Arvo Pärt
Cantus in Memorium Benjamin Britten

Kevin Penkin
Changing Feet (World premiere 2014)

Vincent Persichetti
Symphony No.6

Sergei Prokofiev
Classical Symphony
Cello Concerto Op.58

Giacomo Puccini
La Bohème excerpts

Henry Purcell
Dido and Aeneas excerpts

Sergei Rachmaninov
Piano Concerto No.2
Symphony No.1

Jean Philippe Rameau

Maurice Ravel
Ma mère l’oye
Le tombeau de Couperin
Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé

Ottorino Respighi
Trittico botticelliano

Kay Rhie

Max Richter
On the Nature of Daylight

Matthew Ricketts
No Masque for Good Measure (World premiere 2012)

Wolfgang Rihm
Nature Morte – Still Alive

Fausto Romitelli
The Nameless City

Gioachino Rossini
Overture: Il barbiere di Siviglia

Kaija Saariaho
Nymphéa Reflection

Camille Saint-Saëns
Piano Concerto No.5 “Egyptian”

David Schober

Arnold Schoenberg
Pierrot Lunaire
Verklarte Nacht

Franz Schubert
Symphony No.5
Symphony No.9 “Great”

Robert Schumann
Symphony No.2
Symphony No.4

Joseph Schwantner
and the mountains rising nowhere

Peter Sculthorpe
Second Sonata for Strings
Shining Island
Small Town
Third Sonata for Strings “Jabiru Dreaming”

Artie Shaw
Clarinet Concerto

Dmitri Shostakovich
Symphony No.5
Chamber Symphony Op.110a

Jean Sibelius
Symphony No.2
Symphony No.5

Giovanni Sollima
Violoncelles, Vibrez!

Karen Sunabacka

Paul Stanhope
Qinoth (European premiere 2013)

Richard Strauss
Ariadne auf Naxos
Serenade in Eb

Igor Stravinsky
Firebird Suite (1919)
L’histoire du soldat
Le sacre du printemps

Arthur Sullivan
HMS Pinafore excerpts

Pyotr Tchaikovsky
The Nutcracker
Serenade for Strings
Symphony No.2 “Little Russian”
Symphony No.5

Michael Tippett
Divertimento on Sellinger’s Round

Joaquin Turina
La Oración del Torero

Ralph Vaughan Williams
The Lark Ascending

Giuseppe Verdi
Requiem excerpts

Trevor Villwock
On Breathing (World premiere 2018)

Carl Vine
Cafe Concertino
The Tree of Man

Kirsten Volness
Holy Crows (Australian premiere 2006)

Richard Wagner

William Walton

Martin Wesley-Smith
White Knight and Beaver

Chris Williams
Altjiranga Mitjina

Julia Wolfe

Yangzhi Ma

Yfat Soul Zisso
Concerto for Voice (World premiere 2017)

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