Further tracks available on my soundcloud profile.
Upcoming and recent Performances
November 2017 - 'Dormientes Bestia'
After being shortlisted in a Call-for-Scores by Diaphonia Edizioni, in collaboration with XelmYa+ trio, 'Dormientes Bestia' for great bass paetzold and tape will be performed by Sylvia Hinz in Berlin. The concert title has been taken from this piece.
January 2018 - 'AND' in Glasgow
Following on from the successful tour of her Nordic Viola programmes in Iceland, Shetland and Greenland, violist Katherine Wren will perform AND again in the RSNO's New Auditorium in Glasgow.
April 2018 - 'Dormientes Bestia' in Tehran
After a successful performance in Berlin in November 2017, Sylvia Hinz is performing 'Dormientes Bestia' again as part of her 'recorder: a brief history of sounds' concert in Tehran on 20th April 2018.
July 2018 - LSO Soundhub Showcase in London
Lillie has been selected alongside three other composers to take part in the LSO Soundhub scheme. They will present their new works at LSO St Luke's on 14th July 2018.
July 2018 - LPO Debut Sounds concert in London
Lillie has been selected alongside four other composers to take part in the LPO Young Composers programme 2017-18. Their new pieces for chamber orchestra will be developed during the year under the mentorship of Sir James MacMillan, and will be performed in the Debut Sounds concert by an ensemble comprising of LPO players and Foyle Future Firsts members at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on 9th July 2018.
Book tickets (tbc)
June 2017 - 'Elsewhen'
Premiered by the Assembly Project during the St Magnus Composers' Course 11-21 June 2017, as part of the St Magnus Festival.
A short string quartet piece, 'Fat Lady, Waiting' was workshopped by the Gildas Quartet.
May 2017 - 'Vernichtung-Frage-Schrei'
A new song-cycle for chamber choir, workshopped by the Helsinki Chamber Choir in Mechelen, during the second round of the Tenso Young Composers Workshop programme
After the workshops, Lillie was awarded the Tenso prize for this song-cycle, including a commission for a new work for chamber choir. Read more
January 2017 - ‘vitreous’
For solo piano, recorded by Benjamin Powell as part of Psappha's Composing for Piano scheme
November 2016 - 'Schrei'
For chamber choir, workshopped and performed by Ensemble Aedes at the Tenso Days Composers Workshop in Amsterdam
November 2016 - ‘AND’
For solo viola, commissioned by Katherine Wren from the RSNO for her Nordic Viola tour in the Shetland Islands
July 2016 - ‘wavelet’
For mixed ensemble, workshopped and performed by Ensemble Recherche at the 57th Weimar Masterclass, held at the Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt
April-May 2016 - ‘remiscipate’
Workshopped by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra; premiered in the Season Finale concerts 27-28th May 2016 in Edinburgh and Glasgow
February 2016 - ‘Chrysalis’
Performed with harp, live electronics and tape in the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, Royal College of Music, in the ‘From the Soundhouse' concert series
January 2016 - ‘Red.’
For sinfonietta, performed at the RSNO centre in Glasgow by the orchestra’s contemporary ensemble Alchemy
October 2015 - ‘Pleura’
Commissioned by cross-cultural ensemble ShivaNova and performed at King’s Place
July 2015 - ‘In the Company of Nightingales’
Commissioned by the Gaudier Ensemble at the 25th anniversary Cerne Abbas Music Festival; for large mixed ensemble and solo baritone, commemorating the centenary of the death of sculptor Henri Gaudier-Brzeska
April 2015 - ‘Dormientes Bestia’
For solo great bass paetzold and electronics, performed in the Contemporary Music in Action series at the Royal College of Music. It was part of Rosie Land's winning programme in the 2016 RCM Contemporary Competition.
May 2014 - ‘Qinah’
For SSATB voices, performed by the Ebor Singers in the NCEM Composers’ Competition Final
April 2013 - ‘The Dahomey Amazons Take a Tea Break’
For recorder, Baroque violin, Baroque ‘cello and harpsichord, performed by Florilegium in the NCEM Composers’ Competition Final
December 2012 - ‘Lola on the Beach’
For solo ‘cello, performed at the National Portrait Gallery, as part of a collaboration between RCM composers and the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize
April 2011 - ‘Nineteen-to-Twenty-Hundred AD’
For strings, piano and HighC electronics, performed by the Purcell School’s outreach group IMPULSE at the Southbank Centre, in the Young Xenarchitects project