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Next recital is a solo lunchtime concert in Bury St Edmund’s Cathedral on September 4th, 1:10pm, featuring ‘Flowers of the Field’ and works by Copland and Ives.

‘Music at Wardens’ launches with a concert on Saturday September 12th, 2pm. This is a new series in a stunning venue on the Suffolk coast near Aldeburgh. With Fenella Humphreys, Rosalind Ventris, Alexander Baillie, and Tim Gibbs – Mozart’s Piano Quartet in G minor, Rossini Duo for cello and double bass, Schubert’s Trout Quintet.

September and October brings several recitals of British 20th Century works with violinist Fenella Humphreys, ahead of a recording on Lyrita to be released early 2016. Click here to see complete list of upcoming dates.

Nathan is also working towards a new disc of American 20th century Piano Sonatas on SOMM for release early 2106.

Southwold Concert Series‘ next event is on December 5th, back in our home of St Edmund’s Church after extensive roof repairs!

‘Trans Atlantic Flight of Fancy’ released on NOW Ensemble‘s new CD, ‘Dreamfall’ on the New Amsterdam label. Click on the link above to listen to clips and purchase, or you can find it on iTunes by clicking here.

 

Tuesday 22nd July 2014

I’m currently a sort of composer-in-residence (ironically, as I only live down the road, but you know what I mean) at the wonderful Arts Club Aldeburgh Beach alongside the artist Fran Crowe and writer Leanne Moden. Perched up in an old lookout tower from which I can see nothing but shingle, sea and sky, I’m… Read full article ➜

Friday 25th July 2014

This week at Aldeburgh has flown by. Today is the last day composing – I have been asked to make a presentation of my week’s work to assembled guests at the Arts Club this evening, with further performances twice tomorrow and once on Sunday. I’m very pleased to say, not to mention surprised, I *think*… Read full article ➜

Saturday 26th July 2014

Last night I premiered my new piano piece (as yet untitled) after dinner at the Arts Club. I revise my estimation made below that the piece did not show signs of haste, which it does – although, I add in my defence, more in the pacing and other finesse details than the actual ideas. A… Read full article ➜