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DateWorksPerformersRegionCountrysort icon
2018-02-23Lovedale Harmony (in memory of Siya Betana)Stockholm Saxophone QuartetFourth Purpur Festival, Youngblood Gallery, Bree Street, Cape Town
2019-08-24Displaced: 101 ways to long for a home (after Emma Willemse)Michael BlakeCape Town
2016-10-15iKostinaMichael Finnissy
2018-02-24Lovedale Harmony (in memory of Siya Betana)Stockholm Saxophone QuartetHout Bay Music Project, Hout Bay, Cape Town
2018-09-14String Quartet No 5Chordos Quartet (Lithuania)Komponisten Initiative Kassel, Anthroposophische Zentrum, Kassel, Germany
2018-03-09Hob Fragments / Three Toys No 1 / 38a Hill Street Blues / Ways to put in the salt / Si Lu Sapo Variations / Seventh Must FallMichael BlakeWoordfees, STIAS, Stellenbosch, South Africa
2017-03-01Alto Trombone and VibeIvo Nilsson, Jonny AxelssonNirox Scuplture Park, Muldersdrift
2018-05-13Symphony No 2 ("Tshikona")Michael BlakeStichting Huygens-Fokker, Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam
2013-09-07Honey Gathering SongEnsemble Reversio
2017-03-03 to 2017-03-03From the StoepCoila Enderstein and Michael Blake
2001-09-10Ruri / UmantindaneMichael BlakeBuenos AiresArgentina
2009-08-17A Fractured Landscape (in memoriam Edward Said)Antony GrayAdelaideAustralia
2007-10-02Freihold / Rural AriasElisabeth Lang, Maria Frodl, Ensemble Reconsil, Roland FreisitzerViennaAustria
2017-01-18Morija Birdscape with Luigi RussoloEnsemble PlatypusViennaAustria
2014-10-01Piano Concerto No 2 ("Boschpoort")Ensemble Reconsil, Roland FreisitzerAustria
2014-07-23French SuiteAncuza AproduGentBelgium
2012-12-19Piano Sonata ('Choral')Daan VandewalleGhentBelgium
2013-07-24Si Lu Sapo Variations / Hob Fragments / BWV Fragments / Oh Clare / Three Toys No 1 / Three Toys Nos 2 and 3 / 38a Hill Street BluesMichael BlakeGhentBelgium
2014-07-10PentimentiFriedrich GauwerkyBelgium
2005-09-23String Quartet No 1 (in Memory of William Burton)Yasutaka Hemmi, Andrea Keeble, Jason Bunn, Caerwen MartinBrusselsBelgium