August 2017

August 1, 2017

Girolamo Amati 1629 up close 15 5 17

May 15, 2017

Getting ready to record, there’s rehearsal, and practise, and the time with the instrument, in silence. When the music demands as much colour, timbre, detail and truth as Mihailo Trandafilovski’s, everything feels up close, the very fibre of the wood, patina and ground of the varnish, the hand of the maker, part of the process.

Encounters, conversation May-June 2017

May 8, 2017

Autumn 2016. Variations

September 25, 2016

American journal: Summer 2016

July 28, 2016


July 2016

July 2, 2016

Michael Alec Rose-‘Diaphany'(2016)

June 23, 2016

Michael Alec Rose-‘Diaphany'(2016) Second performance. Moretonhampstead Church, 18th June 2016 (LOFI!!!!) This piece was written for the celebration of Alexander the Great, which the British Museum commissioned me to organise and perform in the museum on the 17th June. This concert took place in in Room 22 of the museum. The following day, I played […]

Close-up (Girolamo Amati 1629)

June 12, 2016

Getting prepared for a week of three recitals and a recording, the greatest pleasure is the time just spent with the instrument. Checking it over, dusting, ever astonished at the artistry of the second generation of Amati artistry. Is it suprising, that the violin inspired composers to write music of such wonder? London 12 6 […]

Granite, Water, Grass. June 2016

June 6, 2016

Tartini in Bergen

May 31, 2016

Bergen, Festpillene Residency Day Three 2 June 2016 Without doubt, one of the most intense days of music making I have ever experienced. Now I have a real sense of the sound, the air space, the smell, the textures of this extraordinary building as a musical home. My performances of the Tartini have evolved, become much […]