O sacrum convivium will be performed by Carmina mundi, conducted by Harald Nickoll on the 18th of January at St. Lubentius Dietkirchen, Limburg, Germany
Sigurður Sævarsson will be guest Composer at the Choir Directors Forum 2020 in Limburg, Germany, 17th to 19th of January 2020.
O magnum mysterium will be performed by Kamerkoor Cantiago, conducted be Herman Mussche, on the 20th of December at Jacobikerk, Utrecht, Holland. The concert will be broadcasted on Christmas Day by NPO 2 national television station.
Magnificat will be performed by Schola cantorum, conducted by Hörður Áskelsson, on the 15th of December in Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavík, Iceland. The concert will be broadcasted live, a cross Europe, by The European Broadcasting Union.
Christmas Oratorio will be performed by Kammerchor, Grosser Chor, Soloists and Orchestra of the Wittelsbacher Gymnasium of München, conducted by Martin Weber, on the 13th of December at Markuskirche, München, Germany.
Magnificat will be performed by the Choir of Clare College, conducted by Graham Ross, on the 17th of November at Clare College Chapel, Cambridge, UK.
Fyrir mig, Jesú, þoldir þú will be performed by Noctis chamber choir, conducted by Francis Faux, on the 16th of November at St Mary´s Church, Batwick, UK.
Magnificat will be performed by sirventes berlin, conducted by Stefan Schuck, on the 9th of November at Kirche Am Hohenzollernplatz, Berlin.
Himna smiður will be performed by Ashley Chow, The Sir William McKie Organ Scholar, on the 20th of October at the Chapel of Clare College, Cambridge, Uk.
Nunc dimittis will be performed by the Pegasus Choir, conducted by Matthew Altham, on the 22nd of September at St George’s Hanover Square, London, UK.
Tears of Stone, a piece for organ based on Jón Leifs´s choral work Requiem, will be premiered by James D Hicks at Kallio Church, Helsinki, Finland, on the 29th of July.
Himna smiður will be performed by Eyþór Franzson Wechner, on the 18th of June in St. Laurentius Kirche in Schönberg and on the 19th of June in St. Nikolai Kirche in Burg Auf Fehmarn, Germany.
Veni, Sancte Spiritus will be premiered by Schola cantorum, The International Baroque Orchestra of Hallgrímskirkja, Hildigunnur Einarsdóttir and Benedikt Kristjánsson, conducted by Hörður Áskelsson, on the 10th of June, at the Festival of Sacred Arts at Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavík, Iceland.
Nunc dimittis, a new version for womens choir, will be premiered by Espirit de Choeur, conducted by Valdine Anderson, on the 26th of May, at the Crescent Fort Rouge United Church, Winnipeg, Canada.
O crux has now been published by Edition Ferrimontana.