Owain has written a new piece in response to a commission from St David’s Cathedral Festival. ‘God is gone up’ will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 Choral Evensong on Wednesday 29 May as part of the Eve of Ascension… Continue Reading
Owain made his conducting debut with the BBC Singers at the Temple Winter Festival on Friday 15 December 2017, broadcast live on BBC Radio 3. The concert explored Christmas carols by leading 21st-century composers of choral music, including those by… Continue Reading
On Sunday 15th March, The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge and Stephen Layton gave the international premiere of ‘The Wings of the Wind’ in the Abbey at Saint-Maurice, Switzerland. The choir also performed works by Tallis, Byrd, Rautavaara and Whitacre, and also gave… Continue Reading
Owain has finished a new setting of the evening canticles, The Gloucester Service, for the RSCM Millennium Youth Choir. The work will be broadcast from Gloucester Cathedral as part of BBC’s Choral Evensong on Wednesday 29th October at 3.30pm, and then… Continue Reading
On Wednesday April 3rd and Sunday April 7th, Owain’s new anthem, Alleluia, was broadcast on BBC Radio 3’s choral evensong. The RSCM Millennium Youth Choir sang from St Mary Redcliffe Church in Bristol, where Owain was once Head Chorister. The broadcast… Continue Reading
Three of Owain’s compositions have been broadcast on national radio over the Christmas period. On the 23rd December, Cradle Lullaby was selected by Andrew McGregor on BBC Radio 3’s CD Review Show as his pick of the album, Jingle Wells. Then, on… Continue Reading
Let Christians all with Joyful Mirth, a carol setting words found in an old church gallery in Dorset, has been announced as the winner of the Full Choir category in ‘A Carol for Christmas’ competition. Owain’s carol will be performed… Continue Reading
‘Let thine heart keep my commandments‘ is broadcast with interview on BBC Radio 3’s ‘The Choir’, presented by Aled Jones. The broadcast features all finalists from the King James Bible Composition Awards 2011.