‘An Episode from the Life of Ole Bull’-H.C.Andersen

August 31, 2012

I must go out in the world, to bring my spark to a flame  Hans Christian Andersen’s acquaintance with Ole Bull is an intriguing one. I find it fascinating because the two had so much in common. But perhaps the aspect of both their lives which they shared the most, is that, which posthumously has […]

Working with Rachel Meerloo at Wilton’s Music Hall

July 28, 2012

My work with the brilliant  bassist Rachel Meerloo is a continuing joy. These photos of our most recent project, playing Biber, sum up much of the fun that we have. The pictures, which are lovely, were taken by her father on the 9th July.

Talking about Biber, Storytelling and Andersen

July 6, 2012

Talking about Biber, Storytelling and Andersen  With Malene Skaerved at Wilton’s Music Hall, 6th July 2012, working on SoundBox for 9th July LINK for Event   Biber-Sonata 16 (Guardian Angel, guide of Mankind) [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Peter Sheppard Skaerved-Stradivari 1698 (modern set up) the same, live in Nashville, September 2011, with […]

July 2012

July 3, 2012


Notes on the Subway, June 2012

June 23, 2012

Notes on the Subway, June 2012      

Paganini at the Library of Congress, 20th June 2012 Photos: Richard Bram

June 21, 2012

Paganini in Washington. A long term collaboration with the collections of the Library of Congress-Washington     A word of explanation. I am deepening my interaction with the collections of the Library of Congress, Washington. This will have a particular focus on the Paganini holdings-both instruments and documents, in the collection. As this builds, I […]

Walk in the hills 1992

May 27, 2012


Late summer 2008

May 6, 2012


Summer 2006

May 6, 2012



May 6, 2012

For years, I have been inspired by the work of Icelandic artist, arngunnur ýr. Here is a piece that has been particularly important to me, over the practice desk. Link I was given a another reason to look carefully at it today (6th May 2012) by the lovely piano trio, ‘ata whuena’, by the composer Rosalind […]