Michael Alec Rose – ‘Air ‘

October 7, 2012

Mihailo Trandafilovski-Star Factory

September 3, 2012

Jim Aitchison – Shadows of Light

July 17, 2012

Shadows of Light II (Music from the Seagram Murals), after Mark Rothko, by Jim Aitchison. A new version of music commissioned from the composer by Tate for the 2008/2009 Mark Rothko exhibition at Tate Modern, supported by the PRSF Foundation for New Music and Henry Tillman and Jill Bradford. Performed by Nicholas Clapton (countertenor), Michael […]

Paul Moravec

May 14, 2012

Paul Moravec Protean FantasyAriel Fantasy Peter Sheppard Skaerved and Aaron Shorr  

Paul Archbold

May 14, 2012

Paul Archbold-Impacts and Fractures (written for the Kreutzer Quartet) Live Performance, London 2001. Kreutzer Quartet (Peter Sheppard Skaerved, Gordon Mackay, Bridget Carey, Neil Heyde)  

Film-Michael Finnissy in discussion-filmed by Marius Skaerved

April 16, 2012

Michael Finnissy, Kreutzer Quartet (Peter Sheppard Skaerved, Mihailo Trandafilovski, Morgan Goff, Neil Heyde) & Amanda Bayley in discussion and rehearsal.  Filmed at an NMC salon event at Somerset House, London. 11th April 2012  Filmed and directed by Marius Skaerved  

Paganini-1838 Prelude

February 28, 2012

Niccolo Paganini-Unpublished Prelude 1838 From the Collection of Andrew McGee Instruments-Vuillaume Rolled Steel Bow, Violin-Stradivari 1698 World Premiere recording. PSS 2005 Engineer/producer-Jonathan Haskell (astounding sounds) Paganini was constantly searchingfor new bow makers. A letter written on Lake Como in January 1824, reports that he had tried a number of bows, presumably all from one maker, […]

‘The Gallery’ – Written and Directed by Malene Skaerved

February 12, 2012

Jim Aitchison-Black Something

February 5, 2012

Film-Jeremy Dale Roberts-Croquis

January 23, 2012

Jeremy Dale Roberts-Croquis 2 of these wonderful movements for String Trio, filmed by Colin Still (Optic Nerve), Sound by Jonathan Haskell (Astounding Sounds) at the South London Gallery. Peter Sheppard Skaerved-Violin, Morgan Goff-Viola, Neil Heyde-Cello