Released in 2015 by innova Recordings, and available for order/download on iTunes, Amazon and other music services.
Released in 2013 by Clarinet Classics.
The download also includes a high definition video by Simon Weir combining filmed excerpts from the recording session with a conversation between Roger and myself concerning the genesis and technical aspects of the piece.
Released in 2011 by Lontano Records (LORELT). Order or download here:
For other released (live) recordings of my pieces please visit the Projects and events page.
For Kreutzer Quartet recordings click here: Kreutzer Quartet
Fibers AND Coils (2015)
Kreutzer Quartet: Peter Sheppard Skærved, Mihailo Trandafilovski (violins), Clifton Harrison (viola), Neil Heyde (violoncello).
Recorded at Saint John the Baptist church, Aldbury.
Sound: Jonathan Haskell
Image: “Growth/bowstroke” by Peter Sheppard Skærved
Peter Sheppard Skaerved and Mihailo Trandafilovski, violins
Article by Angelina Dimoska in Macedonian daily newspaper “Nova Makedonija”:
Six pieces from the cycle Čekori (2002-05)
Peter Sheppard Skærved & Mihailo Trandafilovski (violins) at the European Composers’ Forum in Ljubljana, November 2011
Recording courtesy of Slovenian Radio-Television
Ripple Effect (2010)
Recording courtesy of Macedonian Radio-Television
mmm… (Reiko Manabe-flute, Kaori Ohsuga-piano, Shungo Mise-violin) at Suginami Koukaidou, Tokyo, October 2013
Kreutzer Quartet and New London Chamber Choir, conducted by Clement Power, at Wilton’s Music Hall, March 2013
|Discussing ‘Magnets, Lava, Crystals’ with Roger Heaton
Video by Simon Weir combining filmed excerpts from the recording session of Magnets, Lava, Crystals (summer 2012) with a conversation between Roger and myself concerning the genesis and technical aspects of the piece.
an Optic Nerve production
Star Factory (2010)
Live recording: Kreutzer Quartet at the South London Gallery, March 2010
Diptych – Violin concerto no.2 (2010-12)
with Re-Veil-Le by Joanna Jones
Film by Dominic de Vere
Live recording: Peter Sheppard Skaerved (violin) and Longbow, Dover Town Hall, October 2013
Sound: Colin Still