Solstice- for saxophone

written for the Clarinet and Saxophone society of Great Britain ‘young saxophone soloist competition 2019’

bleu - for soprano/tenor saxophone & piano

premiered by Hannah Marcinowicz at kings place, london

SHE - for alto saxophone & piano

Premiered by amy green at Saxopen, Strasbourg

Voyage – a Concerto for Soprano Saxophone (piano & Orchestral versions)

Premiered by Richard Ingham and the St Andrews University Symphony Orchestra, St Andrews. Published by Reed Music

Tinto - for solo EWI

premiered by Alistair Parnell at the Notting Hill Saxophone Festival

x – for solo piano

premiered by gaura horn AT THE FinalS OF the Clive Christian 'sound of perfume' competition, royal college of music

No Stopping at Any Time – for solo clarinet in A

Premiered by james maltby at the national portrait gallery

Chapters – Jubilation/What Once Was – for solo soprano saxophone

Published by Reed Music

Kanic – for solo soprano saxophone

premiered by Richard Ingham (funded by Creative Scotland). Released on ‘Notes from a Small Country’, Largo Music

Off&On – for solo drum kit

premiered by Pete Handley AT THE Royal College of Music, london

Off&ON II – for solo drum kit

Performed by James Larter AT THE NonClassical Associate Composer launch night, the victoria, dalston

car doors – for solo drum kit

Premiered by James Larter AT THE NONCLASSICAL NEW YORK CITY CLUB NIGHT, the victoria, dalston





antiphon – for soprano and cajon

premiered by victoria Oruwari & C. Harding, in collaboration with artist tabatha andrews

 at the science gallery, london

EP – for 'cello and cajon/hi-hat

premiered by the g-project (gabriella swallow & Genevieve wilkins) at NonClassical, Cafe Royal

Lament for a Lost Boy – for viola and percussion

Premiered by georgina harris, sam hoile & pete handley AT THE National Portrait Gallery

Scratches on the Surface – for alto flute, cello and piano

Performed by the Contemporary Consort AT THE Royal College of Music

Verve – for amplified violin and drum kit

Premiered by rebecca celebuski & shyung puri AT THE Royal College of Music

In Dust – for soprano saxophone and marimba/percussion set up

premiered by Rebecca McCrystal AND CHARLOTTE HARDING AT THE ‘Pipedreams’ concert series (sponsored by Pegler Yorkshire)

Phono – for solo trombone, piano and drum kit

premiered by Ross Anderson AT THE Royal College of Music, london

Skyline – for piano trio

premiered by The Pacific Trio AT St Martin-in-the-fields, London




sub, to Street, To Scraping the Sky - for saxophone quartet 

Premiered by the Laefer quartet AT st john's smith square

Stronsay Sky – for chamber ensemble (Violin, Flute, Clarinet, 'Cello, Piano, Percussion)

Premiered by The Ossian Ensemble AT THE Royal College of Music Fellow's Evening

Elegy – for two soprano saxophones, alto saxophone and piano

premiered by Flotilla AT St Martin-in-the-fields, london

Ion – for chamber ensemble (Flute, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, TrumpeT, Piano)

Premiered at Cadogan Hall, London (part of the RCM 'Rising Stars' series)

Interlude – for string sextet

Commissioned & premiered by RCM Junior Fellow Mari Poll AT ‘Britten: An Exploration’, britten theatre, Royal College of Music

stride – for chamber ensemble

premiered by Ensemble 10/10 AT St George’s Hall, Liverpool (sound & Music portfolio scheme)

vi - for saxophone ensemble

premiered by the love music trust saxophone ensemble AT THE sandbach concert series




Large Ensemble/orchestral

them BalletBoyz

London debut at Sadler’s Wells. recorded at air studios (london), conducted by mark knoop and engineered by john prestage

convo - for massed ensemble

premiered at the royal albert hall

The Indicator LineFourteen Days, BalletBoyz

premiered at Sadler’s Wells, conducted by mark knoop. recorded at angel studios (london).

Sol – for street orchestra

Premiered by the street orchestra of london, debut London tour

Quarterback, Loud, 1,2,9 - for drumline

performed by Box 9 Drumline 

Fuse – for orchestra (winner of the RCM concerto competition)

 Premiered by the RCM Sinfonietta, conducted by Robert Hodge 

Kraftwerk re:werk 

premiered by The British Paraorchestra & Army of Generals, conducted by charles hazlewood at Simple Things Festival, Bristol

Fluctuations – for massed saxophone ensemble

 Premiered by the National Saxophone Choir and workshop participants AT Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen (Commissioned by sound scotland)

What Once Was – for saxophone ensemble

Premiered by the RCM Saxophone Ensemble AT THE Royal College of Music

Bright Lights – for woodwind ensemble

Premiered by the RCM Wind Ensemble AT THE Royal College of Music

Fluro – for five percussion set ups, soprano saxophone, trumpet and bass guitar

Premiered at the RCM Percussion showcase concert AT THE royal college of music

Flèot Fanfares – for brass dectet and percussion

premiered at HRH Prince Charles’ visit to the Royal College of Music, March 2012

Links – for massed saxophone ensemble

premiered at Younger Hall, St Andrews (Commissioned by the World Saxophone Congress, st andrews)

Route to Braziliera – for percussion ensemble, violin and double bass

Commissioned by the Chelsea and Westminster Health Charity for the project ‘Rhapsody’

Flux - for orchestra and taiko ensemble

premiered by the north Lincolnshire youth ensembles AT bath's hall, scunthorpe






Client: Gumtree UK

Music Production Company: GOLDSTEIN

Agency: Fold7

Director: Arni Thor Jonsson



‘The Journey’ 


Music Production Company: The Soundworks

Agency: St Luke’s



‘Ingenious animals’

oxford scientific films/BBC One

(Copyright - oxford scientific films)


orchestration & Arrangement

a woman sees how the world goes with no eyes / the last time - pauline oliveros, realised by c.harding

to be premiered by the british paraorchestra, army of generals and charles hazlewood’s all-star collective as part of minamalism changed my life; tones, drones and arpeggios, 28th September 2019, queen elizabeth hall, southbank centre london

the love unlimited synth orchestra - celebrating of the music of barry white (orchestration & arrangement - c.harding)

premiered at the park stage, Glastonbury Festival 2019 by the british paraorchestra, army of generals and special guests including yoLanda brown, gruff rhys, clive deamer (radiohead) and Lianne La Havas

video: 'our revels now are ended' - michael L. Roberts

Reading by actor Ian Hughes The Tempest, 5.1, 33-57: William Shakespeare (1564-1616)

Cliff Zammit Stevens tenor

Muse Piano Quintet: Maksim Shtshura (piano), Joo Yeon Sir & Ksenia Berezina (violin), Ilona Bondar (viola), Jordan Gregoris (cello)


various OTHER orchestration, arrangement and score prep for live performance and recording. (sessions at studios including metropolis (London), The bridge (Los Angeles) fame's project (skopje)