Augmented Vocality – concerts


During the final phase of 'Augmented Vocality; Recomposing the Sounds of Early Irish and Old Norse', compositions will be performed by Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and Hard rain SoloistEnsemble.

More information about the Birmingham concert can be found here:

Living Songs: Songs of Love and Exile


A short work for voice and piano, commissioned by York Late Music for Jessica Summers (soprano) and Jelena Makarova (piano) was performed at St Mary's church, Aylesbury, at 12.45 on Thursday the 23rd of June, 2022.

My piece, there Is A Blue-Green Eye uses an Old Irish text. In my piece, vocal resonances were explored using software developed by Dr Joe Wright Click for our Augmented Vocality project.

Augmented Vocality – Latest Blog Post


How do you pronounce texts in Old Norse and Old Irish? Dr Brittany Schorn explains the approach we have used in Augmented Vocality.  Click here to read the blog post in full.

CD Release


Diphonon Duo (Michael Iskas – viola and Iñigo Mikeleiz Berrade – accordion) have released a CD, 'Emerging Voices'. The CD features new works for viola and accordion, including my Royal Philharmonic Society / Wigmore Hall commission from 2018, The Wave-Bright Well.  CDs are available to order via their website.