RICHARD III, a opera in three acts, based on William Shakespeare’s play.
The Choir of Hallgrímskirkja, conducted by Steinar Logi Helgason, will premiere Ubi caritas on the 30th of October at Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavík, Iceland.
Two movements from Hallgrímspassía are featured on Graduale Nobili´s new album Vökuró, conducted by Þorvaldur Örn Davíðsson. Now out on the Decca label.
Rain and Tears of Stone are featured on the new cd of James D. Hicks, Nordic Journey volume XI.
Missa Pacis will be performed by the University of Washington Recital Choir & Chort Ensemble, conducted by Mark Petty, on the 12th of March at the University Presbyterian Church, Seattle, USA.
Requiem and Magnificat are featured on the Choir of Clare College´s new cd Ice Land, The Eternal Music. Out now from Harmonia Mundi. Conducted by Graham Ross. Soprano solo by Carolyn Sampson. Art direction, sound recording and editing by John Rutter.
O magnum mysterium will be performed by Coro Carla Amori, conducted by Andrea Angelini, on the 2nd of January at Piazzetta Servi, Rimini, Italy.
Angele Dei and O magnum mysterium will be performed by Libera Cantoria Pisani, conducted by Filippo Furlan, on the 19th of December at Chiesa di S. Appolline, Longino, Veneto, Italy.
Rain, a composition for organ commissioned by James D Hicks, will be premiered by him on the 7th of November at Central Pori Church, Pori, Finland.
Himna smiður will be performed by Nils Halker, on the 9th of November, at the Church of St. Louis, King of France, Saint Paul, Minnesota, US.
Tears of Stone will be performed by James D Hicks on the 7th of October at Dómkirkjan in Reykjavík, Iceland.
Angele Dei will be premiered by Libera Cantoria Pisani, conducted by Filippo Furlan on the 24th of September in Chiesa Di S. Maria Assunta, Vicenza, Italy.
Requiem will be performed by the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge UK, conducted by Graham Ross, on the 18th of September in Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavík, Iceland.
Requiem, Nunc dimittis and Magnificat were recorded, early July, at All Hallow´s Gospel Oak, in London, by the Choir of Clare College and Carolyn Sampson, soprano, conducted by Graham Ross and produced by John Rutter. The music will be featured on the choir´s next album for Harmonia Mundi International to be released early 2022.
Himna smiður will be performed by Eyþór Franzson Wechner, on the 10th of July in Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavík Iceland.