for Ensemble [Flute, Clarinet (Sib), Piano, 2 Violins, Viola, Violoncello and Double-Bass]
Dur. 3 min.
World premiere: 16 October 2019, Demetria Festival, Thessaloniki Greece. DissonArt Ensemble
AIGAIO In Memoriam Ilias Venezis (2012)
Instrumentation: 12 Violoncelli
Dur. c.10 min.
World premiere: 3 December 2013, Théâtre Dunois, Paris, France. Nomos Ensemble de Violoncelles, dir. Michel Pozmanter
Instrumentation: Octet [Fl./Picc., Clar., Bsn., 2 Violins, Viola, Cello and Double-Bass]
Dur. c.7 min.
World premiere: 11 November 2013, ISCM World New Music Days – Wien Modern, Konzerhaus Vienna, Berio Saal, Vienna, Austria. Ensemble Reconsil, cond. Roland Freisitzer
Instrumentation: Quintet for Clarinet in Sib, two Violins, Viola and Violoncello
Commissioned by the Pharos Arts Foundation
Dur. c.10 min.
World premiere: 24 November 2010, Pharos Arts Foundation, The Show Factory, Nicosia, Cyprus. Elias String Quartet with Cristo Barrios (clarinet)
for six players [Flute, Clarinet (Sib), Vibraphone, Violin, Violoncello and Piano]
Commissioned by Amici di Sentieri Selvaggi
Dur. c.8 min.
World premiere: 23 September 2008, MITO Settembre Musica, Milan, Italy. Ensemble Sentieri Selvaggi, dir. Carlo Boccadoro
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SWORD DANCE (2006)
Commissioned by the Aldworth Philharmonic Orchestra
Instrumentation: for 6 percussionists to play: Tom-toms, Bongos, Xylophone, Congas, Bells, Castanets, Tambourine, Gong, Glockenspiel, Bubble-Wrap, Hi-Hat, Snare Drum, Suspended Cymbal, Bass Drum, Scraper, Wood-Block
World premiere: 14 October 2006, Reading Blue Coat School, Sonning, U.K., Aldworth Philharmonic Orchestra Percussion, conducted by the composer Score sample
CANTUS CYPRIUS (2006)
Instrumentation: Music for Brass Octet based on traditional Christmas carols of Cyprus
[3 trumpets, 2 horns, 2 trombones, 1 tuba]
Dur. c. 6 min.
World premiere: 15 December 2006, American Academy in Rome, Italy. Borealis Brass Ensemble
MIDNIGHT PULSES II (2004)
Instrumentation: for five players [2 Bb clarinet, 1 Bass-Clr, Piano & Percussion: Large Suspended Cymbal, Chinese Cymbal, Tam-Tam, Tubular Bells, Bass Drum]
Dur. 8 min.
World premiere: 31 October 2004, Birtwistle Weekend, “What Strikes the Clocke?” Event, Queen Elisabeth Hall Foyer Series, London, U.K. Endymion Ensemble with Stephen Gutman, piano, and Richard Benjafield, percussion