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Naava (ca. 7′)
orchestra / / timp / (suitable with strings) *
Commissioned by Jyväskylä Sinfonia

New work
clarinet, violin & piano
Commissioned by Kamarikesä-festival

There will come soft rains (ca. 8′)
Commissioned by Helsinki Chamber Choir
World premiere: 08.06.2022 – Helsinki Chamber Choir, conducted by Nils Schweckendiek, Ritarihuone, Helsinki (FI)


Soliloquy (ca. 7′)
solo accordion
Commissioned by Vincent Gailly

Snowscapes (ca. 13′)
solo piano
Commissioned by the Bowery Trio, for Allison Wang, with the support of Finlandia Foundation National

Autumn Songs (ca. 12′)
soprano & piano
Commissioned by Maria Turunen & Armaan Madar, with the support of Sibelius Foundation Fund & Taike


large orchestra / / timp / 2 perc / hp /pno / *
Commissioned for the London Symphony Orchestra through the LSO Discovery Panufnik Composers Scheme, generously supported by Lady Hamlyn and the Helen Hamlyn Trust
World premiere: 03.04.2022 – London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by François-Xavier Roth, Barbican Hall, London (UK)

Ritual (ca. 5′)
solo scordatura violin

En sourdine (ca. 7′)
soprano & viola
Commissioned by Jennifer Coumbe to commemorate the 95th anniversary of Charles Richardson’s birth
World premiere: TBA

Pilgrim (ca. 12′)
clarinet in Bb, percussion, harp, accordion, violin, viola, cello, double bass
Commissioned by Royal Philharmonic Society

Songs of Empty Landscapes (ca. 16′)
alto saxophone (or clarinet in Bb), piano, violin, viola, cello
Commissioned by Uusinta Ensemble, generously supported by Teosto (Finland)
World premiere: 28.08.2020 – Uusinta Ensemble, Tampere Biennale Festival, Puistotorni, Tampere (Finland)


Kajo (ca. 6′)
solo viola

On Blue (ca. 12′)
string quartet
Commissioned by Kreutzer Quartet, generously supported by Sibelius Foundation Fund (Finland)
World premiere: 24.11.2020 – Kreutzer Quartet, Jacqueline du Pré Music Building, University of Oxford, Oxford (UK)

Reflecting Taverner (ca. 6′)
Composed for the ORA Singers Open Composer Competition 2019
World premiere: 27.07.2019 – ORA Singers, conducted by Suzi Digby, King’s College Chapel, London (UK)


Suns extinguished (ca. 3′)
large orchestra / / timp / 2 perc / hp / *
Commissioned for the London Symphony Orchestra through the LSO Discovery Panufnik Composers Scheme, generously supported by Lady Hamlyn and the Helen Hamlyn Trust
World premiere: 25.03.2019 London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by François-Xavier Roth, LSO Panufnik Scheme Workshop, LSO St. Lukes, London (UK)

Ripped Tapestry (ca. 10′) – Published by Durand
classical orchestra / / timp /
1st Prize Winner in the 7th Edition of Île de Creations Composition Competition
World premiere: 21.02.2019 – Orchestre National d’Île de France, conducted by Jean Deroyer, Centre des bords de Marne, Paris (France)

Piano Concerto – ‘the sighing of the winds is softer than ever’ (ca. 15′)
piano & ensemble / / perc / pno / *
Written for Laura Farré Rozada
World premiere: 04.12.2018 – Laura Farré Rozada (piano), New Perspectives Ensemble, conducted by Timothy Lines, Royal College of Music, London (UK)

Most quiet need (ca. 3′)
three female voices
Commissioned by & written for Philomel
World premiere: 24.11.2018 – Philomel, The Swiss Church, London (UK)

Massahumu (ca. 10′)
orchestra, choir, tape, video
Commissioned by Juhlaviikot (Helsinki Festival) and Korvat Auki 
Co-written with Ears of the Blind Wall -collective
World premiere: 17.08.2018 – Finnish National Opera orchestra & chorus & Esa-Pekka Salonen, Helsinki FestivalFinnish National Opera, Helsinki (Finland)

reflected in the eye (3′-5′)
solo soprano (versions for alto, tenor, bass are available)
Written for Olivia Moss
World premiere: 19.06.2018 – Olivia Moss, Borough New Music, St. George the Martyr Church, London (UK)

Triptych (ca. 6′)
solo horn
Written for Alexander Ian Oon
World premiere: 14.05.2018 – Alexander Ian Oon, West Parry Room, Royal College of Music, London (UK)


Stonewalls (ca. 8′)
classical orchestra / / timp. /
3rd Prize Winner in RNS ‘New Year, New Music’ Composition Competition 2017
World premiere: 26.01.2018 – Royal Northern Sinfonia, conducted by Lars Vogt, ‘New Year, New Music’ competition final, Sage Gateshead, Newcastle (UK)

Soi (ca. 9′)
solo violin
Written for Peter Sheppard Skærved
World premiere
: 15.02.2018 – Peter Sheppard Skærved, ‘Preludes & Vollenteries’, St Vedast Foster Lane, London (UK)
Swedish premiere: 25.04.2018 – Peter Sheppard SkærvedMusikhögskolan Liljeforssalen, Malmö

Tumma (ca. 7′)
chamber orchestra / / 2 perc / hp / pno / *
Written for the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme Composition Course 2017
World premiere: 14.07.2017 – Ulysses Network Ensemble, conducted by Jonathan Berman, Britten Studio, Snape Maltings, Snape (UK)

through stained glass (3’23”)
fixed media

‘Talvinen elegia’ (5’55”)
fixed media

Beach (ca. 6′)
solo guitar (electric guitar version available)
Written for Chris Roberts
World premiere: 01.03.2018 – Chris Roberts, St. Matthew’s Church, Bayswater, London (UK)
Finnish premiere: 23.03.2019 – Henrik Holmström, Kitara Nova!Hietsun Pavilijonki, Helsinki

elegy (ca. 4′)
solo piano
World premiere: 22.05.2018 – Clare SimmondsBorough New Music, St. George the Martyr Church, London (UK)


la vehemència del despertar (ca. 4′)
solo piano
Written for Laura Farré Rozada
World premiere:
11.05.2017 – Laura Farré Rozada, Recital Hall, Royal College of Music, London (UK)
Spanish premiere:
28.09.2017 – Laura Farré Rozada, Centre Cívic Urgell, Barcelona
Bulgarian premiere: 17.10.2018 – Laura Farré Rozada, Chamber Music Hall, Bulgaria Hall, Sofia

Cantus (ca. 10′)
orchestra / / timp / 2 perc / pno / *
Winner of RCM Concerto Competition
World premiere:
 22.06.2017 – RCM Philharmonic, conducted by Martin André, Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, Royal College of Music, London (UK)
Norwegian premiere: 01.09.2018 – Bergen Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, conducted by Kjell Seim, Grieghallen, Bergen

* Doublings and percussion lists available on request. Click here for contact information.

Photo by © Peter Sheppard Skaerved (February 2018)
Sheet music of ‘Soi’ with a Finnish granitoid