'Krvava Baja' shortlisted and performed at Rossi Fest, Belgrade, Serbia in 'Portraits & Remembrance' for World Holocaust Memorial Day. You can watch the digital performance here. Released Friday 29 January 2021, 6PM. 


Watch digital opera 'Wisdom of Stone' created through the 2020 Lockdown on Opera Vision as part of the Opera Harmony Festival through the week 10 - 16 August. Read about it in Opera Magazine here.

"The Cat and the Moon" performed by Ana Beard Fernandez Wednesday 9 December 2020 at the Kathleen Ferrier Semi-Final. You can watch Ana here


2 - 26 August 2019 7pm - Dead Equal at Army@TheFringe 2019




Thursday 10th May 1pm & 8pm Wolf Durmashkin Composition Award and
Jubilee Bernstein Concert, World Premiere of WDCA Winner Mein Schatten, 

City theatre Landsberg am Lech, Chamber orchestra of the Bavarian Philharmonic. Hear the piece here











Saturday 7th July - The Micklegate Singers 'York Conections' Late Music Concert, performing new commission A Drop Fell.  ​

Saturday 14th July - The Art Song Collaborative Project Coming Home Project, When you unpack it, we will be home Toronto & Sunday 15th July London, Ontario. 


Sunday 19th November Evensong St John's College, Durham performed Lux Aeterna from Journey to Recovery. Reworked for the choir November 2017. 

Friday 22nd September The Jewel Merchants written for David Gilbert (poet) and Lila Palmer (soprano) and first performed (including workshop package) at Bethlem Gallery with cellist James Whittle.

Saturday 1st July Fallen' commissioned and performed by PercusSing in the Late Music Concert Series and released on their debut album Two Worlds.  



In collaboration with Librettist Lila Palmer, Dead Equal was performed with Helios Collective Formations project 2016. Masterclasses with Janis Kelly 14th November, Mark Wigglesworth 15th, Jonathan Moore 17th, David Poutney 18th and Judith Weir 24th. The final Triple Opera Performance was Friday 25th November at Lillian Bayliss House, ENO. 


Dead Equal 

‘Special Treatment.’ ‘Falling standards.’ ‘Rising casualties.’

In 2016, a chorus of critical voices lamented the entry of servicewomen into full combat roles in the British Army. But in 1916, one British woman was already fighting on the Allied front line. Flora Sandes became a public heroine. A century later, her successors go operational. 


Through the stories of three women, real and imagined, Dead Equal celebrates the courage and sacrifice of women in theatres of war, probing the cost and meaning of service, the influence of social structures, and the disruptive power of a female identity forged in blood and sweat. 

  • Composer – Rose Miranda Hall

  • Librettist – Lila Palmer

  • Co-Directors – Helena Jackson and Caolan Keaveney

  • Conductor – Noah Mosley

  • Répétiteur – Laurie O'Brien

  • Singers – Gráinne Gillis, Jennifer Parker, Susanna Buckle

Sunday 26th June 2016 - Collaborative performance work with students from the Northern School of Contemporary Dance with cellist/composer James Whittle at Harewood House.


Thursday June 9th 2016, 1.30pm - 'The Dancers (During a Great Battle 1916)' for mezzo-soprano and wind quintet. Performed by mezzo Emily Hodkinson and the York Composers Collective (YOCOCO)


Saturday 4th July 2015, 1.00pm: 'The Cat and the Moon' with words by W. B. Yeats. Written for and performed by Ana Beard Fernandez for PercusSing's lunchtime concert in a celebration of Yeats with the Late Music Series.  


Friday 4th June 2015, 7.30pm: 'Beast' with words by Laura Attridge, performed by Anna Sideris and composed for the inaugral production for And So Forth Productions at St James' Church, Sussex Gardens.


Read a review here.  


Friday 8th May 2015, 8.00pm: 'Ah I will kiss thy mouth' performed by James Whittle and Fliss Bott at Centre Stage Spotlight for Female Composers at the White Cloth Art Gallery in Leeds. 


Saturday 2nd May 2015, 22.00pm: 'La Pucelle' at the National Centre for Early Music, York, in the 2015 York Spring Festival of New Music


Conducted by Patrick Burnett and performed by students and alumni from the University of York. 


Read a review here


Tuesday 28th April, 20.0pm: 'Last Swamps of Louisiana' performed at Sha Tin Town Hall, Hong Kong with the Avant Music Group Association of Hong Kong.




19th October: 'Death Hath Ten Thousand Several Doors' at INTIME Symposiom at Coventry University, Jenny Green soprano and Patrick Burnett clarinet. 


23rd May, 7.30pm: 'Ah I will kiss thy mouth...' performed with The Chimera Ensemble by Grace Chapman soprano and Leo Birywhistle viola. 


9th May. 7.30pm: 'Drinking Back' performed at the York Spring Festival opening concert, Jake Muffett baritone and Polly Sharpe piano. 




26th November: 'Death Hath Ten Thousand Several Doors' performed with The Chimera Ensemble, Elspeth Piggott soprano and Will Ozard clarinet 


5th November: 'Broken Love' at the Philip Bates Song Proze finalists concert, Birmingham Conservatoire by Fabio Sarlo, Marianne Lee violins, Sarah Goulding viola, James Whittle cello and Simone Ibbett-Brown alto. 


26th September: 'Michelangelo - Studies of Figures & Limbs: Six Sketches for Solo Oboe' for Giacomo Pozzuto's final recital in the Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall.


26th April: Death Hath Ten Thousand Several Doors' in the Rymer Concert Hall, commissioned for Jenny Green's Second MA Recital. Jenny Green soprano and Patrick Burnett clarinet. 




1st March: 'Journey to Recovery: Requiem for the Addicted and the Recovering' at St Michael le Belfrey Church, conducted by James Wright and performed by students of the University of York.


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