French Concerto in Brooklyn

‘French Concerto’ will be performed tonight at the Brooklyn Conservatory, with a slightly revised instrumentation from it’s French premiere last year. The harpsichord part is played by Rebecca Pechefsky. It sounds like there should be a recording, which I’m very much looking forward to hearing!

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Rondeau

Belated thanks to Marie van Rhijn for premiering a short harpsichord piece of mine, ‘Rondeau’, in Paris very recently. The music is an offshoot from the piece ‘French Concerto’, a work which will be given it’s US premiere by the OMNI Ensemble tomorrow.

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‘Our World’ concert, Helsinki

There’s a video of the recent Our World benefit concert, where an array of different musicians played for a good cause. Rody and Assi performed my Sing, Memory – this starts at about 50 mins, and prior to that Rody explains how he learned Finnish by reading Moomin books 😀 Many thanks also in the […]

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Unreal Promenades in New York

‘Unreal Promenades’ was recently premiered by the Eastman Saxophone Project in New York, and the audio is now up on Soundcloud. I’m still amazed at the incredible range of sounds that nine brilliantly played saxophones can make, from gorgeously blended sonorities through to abrasive and biting gestures. The piece takes Breton’s surrealist novel ‘Nadja’ as […]

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Interview on Liter.Net – Romania

Here’s a conversation I had with Ilinca Bernea – novelist, poet, theatre director, and much else – on Romania’s leading cultural portal, LiterNet. (this is the link to the English translation) http://atelier.liternet.ro/articol/16325/Ilinca-Bernea-Graham-Lynch/On-Art-and-Inner-Realms.html

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Interview in Rondo magazine

The current issue of ‘Rondo’ (Finland’s classical music magazine) has a three-way discussion on the harpsichord as a contemporary instrument. And I enjoyed taking part in this with Paola Livorsi (composer) and Assi Karttunen – it’s good to see the harpsichord featured in this way!! And thanks also to journalist Auli Särkiö for making this […]

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River God audio

Recently, in Cambridge, pianist Yukie Smith performed ‘Beyond the River God’; a set of five pieces which was the title work of Assi Karttunen’s recent harpsichord CD. It’s the first time it has has been played on piano. Although I couldn’t be at the concert Yukie has posted a recording she made later on Youtube. […]

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Performances in Japan

Thanks to Assi and Rody for all the performances they are giving on their Japan tour!

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Beyond the River God

I’ve been fortunate enough to have some excellent and memorable performances in Cambridge in recent times; from the likes of MIfune Tsuji, Jin Theriault, and Tamar Halperin (I still have vivid memories of that mainly Bach concert). And I’m looking forward to returning there soon to hear the first performance on the piano of my […]

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Delfica

UK premiere of Delfica!

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