Instrumentation: Clarinet in Bb and Piano
Dur. c.12 min.
World premiere: 29th October 2010, Festival de Música Contemporánea Keroxen10 Tenerife, Spain. Performers: Cristo Barrios (clarinet) and Manuel Bonino (piano)
Instrumentation: Oboe and Percussion (1 player: Crotales, Vibr, Thai Gongs)
Dur. 5 min.
World premiere: 22 November 2009, Royal Flemish Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Concert Series, The Elzenveld Chapel, Antwerp, Belgium. Performers: Piet Van Bockstal (oboe) and Pieter-Jan Vranckx (percussion)
PETIT AOÛT (2009)
Instrumentation: Bass-Clarinet and Violoncello
Dur. c.6 min
World premiere: 14th March 2009, New Music Festival PERIFÉRIA, Jyväskylä , Finland. Performers: Mikko Raasakka (bass-clar.) and Markus Hohti (cello)
ABSIT OMEN (2007)
Instrumentation: Trumpet in C and Piano
Dur. 6 min.
World premiere: 7 August 2007, The Great Hall, Dartington, U.K. Performers: Paul Archibald (trumpet) and Juliet Edwards (piano).
Instrumentation: Violoncello and Piano
Dur. c.8 min.
World premiere: 3 April 2009, The Lauderdale House, London, U.K. Performers: Jessica Burroughs (cello) and Helen Reid (piano)
SAXUM: I thought my heart had turned into stone, until… (2006)
Instrumentation: Alto Saxophone and Piano
Dur. c.10 min.
*Second Prize in the Composition competition “Premio GERMI”, Rome, Italy 2009
World premiere: 18 July 2007, Italia Wave Festival-Classic Wave, Florence, Italy. Performers: Duo Disecheis
Instrumentation: Violin and Piano
Dur. c.13 min.
*Panhellenic prize in the Chamber Music Composition Competition, Aristotle Univerirsity, Thessaloniki, Greece 2005
World premiere: 4th November 2005, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, U.K. Performers: Alda Dizdari (violin), Sholto Kynoch (piano)
Instrumentation: Bass Clarinet and Piano
Dur. c. 8 min.
World premiere: 26th September 2005, Music Hall, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, U.K. Performers: Richard Russell (bass-clarinet) and Anton Lyakhovsky (piano).
MIDNIGHT PULSES I (2004)
Instrumentation: for Piano and Percussion (Bass Dr, Chinese Cymb, Large Susp Cymb, Tam-tam)
Dur. c. 1 min.
World premiere: 31 October 2005, Birtwistle Weekend, “What Strikes the Clocke?” Event, Queen Elisabeth Hall Foyer Series, London, U.K. Performers: Stephen Gutman (piano) and Richard Benjafield (percussion).