‘Gate, gate’, originally commissioned by Kammer Klang for the Cellist Oliver Coates and premiered at Café Otto in June 2018 will receive its second performance by Britten Sinfonia Principal Cellist, Caroline Dearnley, at the Barbican on Saturday 16th March at 16.40.
‘Turning to the wind’, dedicated to the memory of Professor Stephen Hawking, who Alexia had the honour and privilege to meet and interview in 2013, and commissioned by the Cambridge Young Composers’ Network for the November Cambridge Music Festival, was performed by The Brodsky String Quartet at Queen’s College Old Hall.
Performance of winning piece for the 2018 BBC Proms Inspire Competition. Elegy for Aylan was performed by the Aurora Orchestra as part of the BBC Proms Series.
Awarded The Humphrey Searle Composition Prize by the Royal College of Music Junior Department where Alexia studied between 2016 and 2018.
Winner of the 2018 BBC Proms Inspire Competition with Elegy for Aylan.
Premiere of commissioned cello solo piece by Kammer Klang, Gate, gate, for Oliver Coates, performed at Café Oto, London.
Chamber orchestra piece, written under the tutelage of Tom Coult for The Britten Sinfonia Academy recorded professionally.
Article of Wikipedia accepted and published: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexia_Sloane.
Shortlisted for the Royal Philharmonic Society Duet Prize for Young Composers.
Winner of the Royal College of Music Junior Department Joan Weller Composition Prize and Highly Commended in the BBC Proms Inspire Competition.
Winner of the Royal Philharmonic Society and Classic FM 25th Birthday commissions. Elegy for Aylan was premiered and performed by Ensemble 10/10 consisting of members of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and conducted by Clark Rundell in October 2017 at St George’s hall in Liverpool.
Winner of the Cambridge Young Composer of the Year Competition.