— Richard Craig


-Piaras Hoban: New work for flute and electronics

-Tris Rhys: Piece for alto flute and tape

-“Orphée” by Núria Giménez-Comas for flute 

-John Croft: Ligeia for solo alto flute

-Fergal Dowling: New work for flute harpsichord and live electronics

-Arrangement of Steven Takasugi‘s The Flypaper for flute and fixed media

-AJAX for solo piccolo (as part of a music theatre project) by Max Murray.



– But I Guess, In The End, We Just Moved Furniture Around for flute, cube and live video by David Pocknee. Unperformed – video version of the piece here

eyam v (woven) for contrabass flute, contrabass clarinet and orchestra. Premiered in Dublin, February, 2017

– Esquisse d’apres Artaud for flute, voice and live electronics by Patricia Alessandrini, Soundfestival, Aberdeen, November 2016

live electronics.– Alkahest by David Revill. Premiered 23rd October, 2015

– eyam iii (if it’s living somewhere outside of you) for bass flute by Ann Cleare SPECTRUM, New York, USA October 25th, 2015

– eyam iv (Pluto’s farthest moons) for contrabass flute, ensemble, and electronics in ZKM, Karlsruhe, November 28th, 2014

-Some Inflections by Ben Issacs,  Edinburgh University, Reid Concert Hall, 26th of February, 2014

John Croft – Deux Meditations for voice and bass flute with Lore Lixenberg, London City University, February 2014

vale by Richard Barrett as part of Dying Words (Resistance & Vision part 2), London City University, February 2014

-luminous by Kristian Ireland for solo alto flute, London City University, February 2o14

-Contrabass flute and electronics by Pete Stollery for April, 2012 (Creative Scotland project).

ialreadyforgotyourpussy.com flute and snare drum with feedback by Rodrigo Constanzo

-Solo flute, and flute and string trio by Fabrice Fitch AGRICOLA IX(e): Je n’ay Dueil with Distractfold in November 2013,  Manchester  UK

José Luis Torá des lallens) que plor e vau cantan (die Blüte for contrabass flute and voice, SMASH festival, Salamanca, Spain, December 16th, 2012

John Croft Maledictions d’une furie, Sounds New festival,  May, 2012

-New work by Tristan Rhys Williams for solo flute, 2011 (awaiting performance)

SEMBLANCE by Mary Bellamy premiered at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival in November 2011

HYPEROXIC by Malin Bång for bass flute and sound objects. (Creative Scotland project)
Premiered in Göteborg, House of win win, Levande Musik,  the 5th of October, 2011.

PSALM by Esaias Järnegard for contrabass flute and voice (Cora Schmeiser). (Creative Scotland project)
Premiered in Stockholm, Capitol, Samtida Musik, the 1st of October, 2011 

-intermedio (sostenuto…infranto) bass flute and electronics by John Croft. Premiere on the 9th of March 2011, Kingston University,  London

-Tekahtoa for contrabass flute and electronics by Diana Salazar for November 13th , 2010, SOUND festival, Aberdeen (Creative Scotland  project)

-Pre-seed for flute/s and small ensemble by Dominik Karski. SMASH ensemble, San Sebastian, Spain, October 2013.

-L’art de toucher le clavecin 2 for piccolo with violin by Evan Johnson, premiered in Napier University, 17th of November, 2009

-Mean Tone for solo bass flute by Oliver Searle,  SOUND, Salmon Bothy, Aberdeenshire, November 19th, 2009

-New work for two bass flutes and cello by Stephen Davismoon for Richard Craig, Roberto Fabbriciani and Rohan de Saram. Premiered    in SOUND, Woodend Barn, November 15th, 2009

-Solo by Donald J. Stewart os jústi premiered: October 15th, 2009, Seattle, USA

-Cascading Lotus from Rei Munakata for solo flute premiered May 16th 2009, BAS Bandhagen, Stockholm, Sweden

-Alpha Waves by Malin Bång for solo altoflute, premiered March 23rd, BAS Bandhagen, Stockholm, Sweden

-Requiem for flute, choir and tape by Jüri Reinvere, premiered in March 2009, Helsinki, Finland

-Frost at midnight for bass flute and the Estonian Radio Choir from Jüri Reinvere premiered in April 2008, Tallinn, Estonia

-Failure of SurfaceDavid Brynar Franzson, premiered September 5th, 2008, Oslo, Norway

-…ne l’aura che tremaJohn Croft, premiered November 2007, London, England (Scottish Arts Council Commission)

-The Tower of Infinity for flute and electronics by Stephen Davismoon, premiered May 2006, Edinburgh, Scotland (Scottish Arts Council Commission)