Hilary Tann has been named as the Welsh Music Center’s first ever ‘Composer in Residence’ and her music will be featured in the programmes of four National Youth ensembles of Wales during the 2015 season.
AND THE SNOW DID LIE for string quartet received its premiere at the Presteigne Festival in Wales, August 25.
EMBERTIDES for organ solo is now available from Oxford University Press and was premiered at the American Guild of Organists National Convention in Boston, June 23-27, 2014.
MUSICAL LANDSCAPES OF HILARY TANN: A new CD release of chamber music featured as Composer-in-Residence at the Eastman School Women in Music Festival.
New CD release OF ERTHE AND AIR: Susan Fancher and Friends play Music of Hilary Tann. Includes SHAKKEI for soprano saxophone and small orchestra.
SEVEN POEMS OF STILLNESS for violoncello solo with poems by R. S. Thomas was composed in response to a request from Dr. Rhian Davies, Artistic Director of the Gŵyl Gregynog Festival, to whom the work is dedicated. This new CD release features cellist, Guy Johnston, with archival recordings of R.S. Thomas reading his own poems.
Why Probe? A Conversation with HILARY TANN AND ARTHUR MARGOLIN about what it might mean to be a “nature” composer in the Journal of the IAWM, Spring 2014