O crux will be premiered by Schola cantorum, chamber choir, conducted by Hörður Áskelsson, on the 2nd of November in Hallgrimskirkja, Reykjavík, Iceland and on the 8th of November in Storkyrkan in Stockholm, Sweden 2014.
Stabat Mater and Ubi caritas will be performed by Coro de Cámara Adrogué, conducted by Marcelo Ortiz Rocca, at San Martín on the 11th of May and at Iglesia Nuestra Señora de Las Mercedes on the 7th of September in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
O magnum mysterium will be performed by Coro Carla Amori, directed by Andrea Angelini, at Chiesa di San Giovanni Battista on 20th of December 2013 and at Chiesa del Crocifisso, Rimini, Italy, on the 4. of January 2014.
O magnum mysterium will be performed by Acappellago, conducted by Dennis Smith, at Mayslake Peabody Estate on December 7th and the Congregational Church of Batavia, Chicago, USA, on the 8th of December 2013.
Stabat Mater and Ubi caritas will be performed by Coro de Cámara Adrogué, conducted by Marcelo Ortiz Rocca, at Iglesia San Pedro Telmo on the 25th of August, at Basilica Nuestra Sra. del Pilar on the 20th of October, at Colegio Euskal Echea on the 9th of November and at Parroquia Nuestra Sra. de Las Mercedes – Echeverría y Migueletes on the 21st of November 2013 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Missa Pacis will be performed by The Álftanes Choir and The Choir of Laugarneskirkja, Bjartur Logi Guðnason and Arngerður María Árnadóttir, organ and Sigurður Halldórsson, cello, conducted by Bjartur Logi Guðnason and Arngerður María Árnadóttir, at Laugarneskirkja on the 18. of April 2013.
Scenes will be performed by The Icelandic Amateur Symphony and Guðrún Másdóttir, oboe, conducted by Oliver Kentish, at Seltjarnarneskirkja on the 10. of February 2013.
Christmas Oratorio will be premiered by Schola cantorum, chamber choir, Caput ensemble, Kirstín Erna Blöndal, soprano and Jóhann Smári Sævarsson, bass, conducted by Hörður Áskelsson, at Hallgrímskirkja on the 2. of December 2012.
Scenes will be performed by Eydís Franzdóttir, oboe and the Pi-Kap String Quartet in Prague, Czech Republic, on the 16. of June and in Bayreuth, Germany, on the 24. of June 2012.
Stabat Mater will be premiered by Schola Vincentiana, chamber choir and Pamela De Sensi, alto flute, conducted by Filippo Furlan, in St. Vincent Church in Vicenza, Italy, on the 31. of March 2012.
Scenes will be premiered January 28th, by Eydís Franzdóttir, oboe and Dísurnar string quartet at the Dark Music Days festival 2012 in Reykjavík.
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Hallgrímspassía is nominated for best contemporary album of 2010 by the Icelandic Music Awards.
Missa Pacis will be performed by Hljómeyki, chamber choir, Sigurður Halldórsson, cello, Steingrímur Þórhallsson, organ, and Frank Aarnink, percussion, conducted by Magnús Ragnarsson, on the 28. of January at the Dark Music Days festival in Reykjavík 2011.