music by Anthony Hedges
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Elegy for Tony has been recorded on Prima Facie PFCD100. Two performances are scheduled in the Manchester area: March 8, Hyde Town Hall; April 13, St. Paul's Church, Stockport.
Overture: Heigham Sound was recorded by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Gavin Sutherland, in November for a forthcoming CD.
A Manger Carol was performed by Beverley Chamber Choir in their Christmas Concert.
Four Concert Duos were inlcuded in a recital by Martin Roscoe and Libby Burgess in St.Mary's Church, Beverley on Sept.28 as part of Beverley Chamber Music Festival.
A Cleveland Overture was performed by  the East Riding Youth Orchestra in their Easter Concert on March 18.
Variations on a theme of Rameau has been recorded by the Royal Ballet Sinfonia under Gavin Sutherland on the Heritage CD "British Celebration 2"
Elegy for Tony was premiered in a  memorial concert  for Anthony Goldstone at Manchester Grammar School. It will be recorded in a version for recorder and strings in April 2018.
An Ayrshire Serenade was performed by the Rochester Chamber Orchestra (USA) in their October concert.
 Four Concert Duos are included on the 2017 CD British Music for Piano Duet, Heritage HTGCD 202.
Kingston Sketches was performed by Hull Philharmonic Orchestra in their May 13 2017 concert in Hull City Hall.Bridge fot the Living was performed by Hull and Grimsby Choral Unions on April 1 2017 in Hull City Hall. 

Refractions 1 was performed by the Berkley Ensemble on 5th April 2017 in a lunch hour concert at Hull University.

Three Humours was included in a Portsmouth Cathedral concert by the Anemos Ensemble on  Feb.2.

Humber Keel Hornpipe (Scenes from the Humber) was included in Radio 3 Breakfast programme on Jan.25 and Sept.28.

The Swiss Orchester Emmen included the Humber Keel Hornpipe (Scenes from the Humber) in a January concert.

2016  Three Humours was performed at Porchester Parish Church on 4 August and in Petersfield in October by the Anemos Trio.
Trialogues was performed by The New Oxford Trio at St. Denys Church, Stanford in the Vale on 30 July, and in Abingdon on 18 September.
Exchanges 2 was performed at a Beverley Chamber Music Festival lunch-hour concert on Sept. 22 by Moray Welsh and Martin Roscoe.
Variations on a theme of Rameau was recorded on 24 March by the Royal Ballet Sinfonia conducted by Gavin Sutherland.
Showpiece recording released in April on the Heritage CD British Celebration
Showpiece was performed by the East Riding Youth Orchestra in their July 15 concert at Hull City Hall.
Performances of West Oxford Walks and Cantilena by the Cotswold Ensemble in various locations.
West Oxford Walks was performed by the Harcourt Ensemble in Abingdon on June 5 and at Cumnor Parish Church on Nov. 29.
 2015  A Cleveland Overture was broadcast on Radio 3 as part of the BBC's special Music Day on  June 5.   It was also performed by the Oxford Schools Symphony Orchestra and the Manchester Grammar School Orchestra.
First performance of  the revised and extended version of Trialogues given in Richmond by the Chsnterlands Players at the April concert in the Richmonshire Subsciption Concerts series.
Showpiece (see Orchestral Music) was recorded in Sept. as part of a new disk of  British light music. 
Four Concert Duos and Hornpipe Rondo  was recorded later this year as part of a collection of 20th cent. British music for piano duo.
Christan Piquerez and his Swiss ensemble have commissioned a new work for Flute, Oboe, Cello, Piano.
2014  5 performances  of Times Remembered and Four Folksongs in programmes by the Christian Piquerez ensemble at various venues in Switzerland duing the year.
Musick's Empire concluded a conert in Dorchester Abbey by Benson Choral Society and orchestra, conducted by Christopher Walker, on 7 June.
2013 began well with the finale of Four Breton Scetches included in a Radio 3 Breakfast progamme on  11 January. Spurn Point Elegy from Scenes from the Humber was included in the same programme on 22 April and the overture Saturday Market on 5 June and 10 November. Classic FM included An Ayrshire Serenade in their Full Works programme on 2 July.
Pistoia (N.Italy) used Dancing Days (translated into Italian) as a project for its junior schools children during the first part of 2013. This culminated in a very fine performance on 8 June before a packed and enthusiastic audience in the beautiful Sala di Convento di San Domenico.
West Oxford Walks was performed in a concert by The Cotswold Ensemble in St.Michael's Church, Cumnor, Nov.24, 2012.
The recordings of A Cleveland Overture and the overture Saturday Market were broadcast on BBC Radio 3, June 2012. Radio 3 also broadcast the finale of Scenes from the Humber on Oct.23, 2012. 
In Commendation of Music was included in the concert by the National Childrens Choir, Aug.2012     
The orchestral version of Saturday Market,  recorded by the Royal Ballet Sinfonia conducted by Gavin Sutherland,  is now available on the disk British Light Music Premieres Volume 6, CDLX 7283.
A Cleveland Overture opened the 25th anniversary concert of the Teesside Symphony Orchestra, Nov.11, 2011. 
Trialogues first performance was given by The Chanterlands Players in a concert at Bowes Museum, October 8, 2011. 
Three Humours received its first performance on Radio 3 in by the Anemos Ensemble as part of the Light Fantastic festival during the last week of June, 2011.
Scenes from the Humber was broadcast as part of a concert by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales under Grant Llewellyn, also as part of the Light Fantastic festival.  

Piccolo Divertimento had its first performance in August 2010 at Horndean music club and Gallimaufry in October 2010 at  Wilmslow Parish Church.
In such a night was included in a concert given by the Coull Quartet in the Beverley Chamber Music Festival, Sept.2010.
Four poems by W.B.Yeats, Times Remembered  and Four Folksongs were performed by the East Riding Soloists at Hull's Music Recital Club, Oct.2010.