The Phanos Project

List of Works

  • Incidental Music for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” — 1981
  • Used for production at Chetham’s School of Music, Manchester (England).
  • Divertimento for Chamber Orchestra — 1983
  • Performed by the Chetham’s School of Music Chamber Orchestra during their tour of South England, July 1983.
  • Duo for Violin and Piano — 1985
  • World Premiere: Purcell Room, London, July 1985 by the composer and pianist Murray McLachlan.
    New York Premiere: Renee Weiler Hall, April 1992 by Cyrus Stevens and Eliza Garth.
  • Viola Sonata — 1986
  • Nonet for Eight Winds and Piano — 1986
  • Premiered at Cambridge University, June 1986 by the Cambridge University Orchestra.
  • Showpiece for Piano Quartet — 1987
  • Fantasia quasi una ciaccona for ‘Cello and Piano — 1987
  • Premiered at Princeton University, May 1989 by Andre Emelianoff and Emma Tahmisian.
  • Night Music for Piano — 1987
  • Premiered at Princeton University, May 1988 by Glenn Jacobson.
  • String Quartet no. 1 — 1986-1987
  • Premiered at the Wellesley Composers’ Conference, August 1988.
  • Six Miniatures for Clarinet and Piano — 1988
  • Antitheseis for Clarinet, Violin and Piano — 1989-1990
  • Premiered at Princeton University, March 1990 by the Princeton Ensemble.
  • String Quartet no. 2 — 1989-1991
  • Premiered at Princeton University, March 1991 by the Cassatt String Quartet.
  • Five Little Pieces for ‘Cello and Piano — 1992
  • Premiered at Princeton University, May 1992 by Theodore Mook and Margaret Kampmeier.
  • Academic Overture for Orchestra — 1992
  • Premiered in Nicosia, Cyprus, October 1992 by the Cyprus State Chamber Orchestra.
    Greek premiere, Salonika, January 1993 by the Northern Greece Symphony Orchestra.
  • Suite for String Orchestra — 1993
  • Written for and premiered by the preparatory group of the Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra, May 1993.
  • Five is Enough — for flute, clarinet, violin, ‘cello and piano
  • Premiered by the Aspen Contemporary Ensemble under G. Tsontakis, at the 1993 Aspen Summer Music Festival.
  • 309, for piano trio — 1994
  • Written for and premiered by the Stone-Wallfisch-Papadopoulos Trio, Nicosia, Cyprus, March 1994.
  • Poem, for Harp — 1994
  • Elegy, for violin and piano — 1994
  • Written for and premiered by Eileen Hyun and Elise Yun, Midland, MI, December 1994.
  • Bagatelle, for solo piano — 1995
  • Premiered by Henry Martin at the auditorium of the Mannes School of Music, New York City, April 1997.
  • Ballad, for Saxophone Quartet — 1995
  • Commissioned by the Transcontinental Saxophone Quartet.
  • Incidental Music for Ekaterini Cornaro — 1995
  • Commissioned by the Cyprus Theatre Organization.
  • Concertino, for piano and chamber orchestra — 1996
  • Commissioned by the Sicilian Regional Government for pianist Manolis Neophytou and the Ars Musica Chamber Orchestra. Premiered in Messina, Sicily, May 1997. Also performed in Palermo and Catania. North American premiere by pianist Katherine Jacobson (Leon Fleisher conducting).
  • Unknown Shadows, for alto saxophone, soprano voice and piano; poetry by Lia Mirali -1997
  • Commissioned by Yiannis Miralis; premiered June 1997 in Nicosia, Cyprus.
  • After Shadows, for orchestra – 1997
  • Piano Trio — 1998
  • Premiered by the Laurel Trio.
  • Brass Septet — 1998
  • Available on Sonora Records’ “Hearing the Call” CD
  • Trio for violin, baritone saxophone and piano — 1999
  • Commissioned by a consortium of saxophonists.
  • Chaconne for flute and piano — 2001
  • Duets for two saxophones — 2003
  • Hymn to Aphrodite for four vocal soloists and orchestra with poetry by Homer — 2004
  • Commissioned by the Cyprus government to celebrate the country’s accession to the European Union. Premiered by Maciej Zoltowski and the Cyprus State Orchestra in Nicosia on April 30, 2004.
  • Music for Five for oboe and string quartet — 2004.
  • Recorded by members of the Cyprus State Orchestra.
  • The Soldier’s Blues — 2007
  • Commissioned and premiered by the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra under Maestro Julien Benichou. Scored for violin, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, trombone, bass, and percussion.
  • NB: There are also a number of childhood works and unfinished adult works, as well as sketches, letters, concert programs, etc. included in the Dymiotis collection.