Richard directs the Havant Symphony Orchestra in a performance of Brahms 4 and the Haydn Cello Concerto, featuring rising star Ruth Hallows.
Richard's new arrangement of Butterworth's piece is premiered as part of the St Mary Abbots' World War I centenary commemorations.
Richard's new piece for mezzo-soprano and string quartet is premiered by Liverpool Philharmionic Youth Company musicians.
Richard's new arrangement of Butterworth's piece is performed as part of the Royal College of Music's 'Passing Youth' concert series.
In this concert, also featuring Tchaikovsky's 4th symphony, Richard conducts Borodin's fiery 'Overture' to 'Prince Igor'.
Oaklands Catholic School, Waterlooville
Richard conducts the St Cecilia Collective in a performance of Walton and Sitwell's 'Façade' with narrator Rosalind Dobson.
St Paul's Church, Knightsbridge
Conductor Gabriella Teychenné and Ensemble Humanitas give the London premiere of my piece 'Nighthawks' alongside music by Delius and Mozart.
St James's Sussex Gardens, Paddington, London
In this concert, which also includes Mussorgsky's 'Pictures at an Exhibition', Richard conducts Delius' 'The Walk to the Paradise Garden'.
Richard gives the pre-concert talk for the Havant Symphony Orchestra's concert this evening.
The Igneous Ensemble give the premiere of Richard's 'Two Movements' for septet, alongside Ravel's 'Introduction and Allegro'.
St Mary Abbots Church, Kensington
Richard's carol 'There is no rose' was performed by the Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Choir in the RLPO's 'Spirit of Christmas' concerts.
Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
Richard's debut as Assistant Conductor of the Havant Symphony Orchestra. He conducts Butterworth's melancholic work 'A Shropshire Lad'.
The concert also includes Parry's 'Songs of Farewell'. Free entry; a collection will be held in aid of the Rohingya Refugees.
St Michael's Church, Camden Town
Ensemble 10/10 premiere Richard's new piece 'Nighthawks' alongside Copland's 'Appalachian Spring' and the UK premiere of Reich's 'Pulse'
Concert Room, St George's Hall, Liverpool
Master of the Queen's Music Judith Weir and the BBC Singers, conducted by James Morgan, workshop a setting of 'Lay a Garland'.
Studio 2, Maida Vale Studios, London
Musicians from the Royal College of Music premiere Richard's raucous new work based on the Hogarth engraving of the same name.
Cadogan Hall, London
Anna Webster and Owen Nicolaou premiere a new piece for clarinet and double bass.
Recital Hall, Royal College of Music, London
Violinist Bethan Allmand gives the world premiere of 'Rope' at this free lunchtime concert.
St James' Church, Sussex Gardens, London
An ensemble of professional musicians perform a new sextet as part of the RCM's 'Composers' Studio' series.
Richard's orchestration of Prince Albert's 'Ein Ständchen' is premiered by Louise Alder, the RCM Symphony Orchestra and John Wilson.
Buckingham Palace, Westminster, London
The Solva Duo give the UK premiere of 'Mamiraki' alongside other music for flute and harp by Piazzolla, Françaix and Bach.
St Michael's Church, Camden Town, London
With the Choir of St. Michael's and the St. Cecilia Ensemble. Free entry; a collection will be taken for the recent tragedy in Haiti.
The Igneous Ensemble perform Richard's arrangement of Perotin's 'Salvatoris Hodie'.
Richard introduces this special 75th anniversary performance of Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time, played by the Labuschagne Quartet.
Emma Oldfield and Ellie Consta perform Richard's new violin duo piece 'Skylight'.
Inner Parry Room, Royal College of Music
The Students’ Film Orchestra commemorates the 90th birthday of RCM composition professor Joseph Horovitz in this concert of screen classics.
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, Royal College of Music, London
The St Cecilia Ensemble perform music by Debussy and Ravel as well as the premiere of Richard's 'Requiescat: In Memoriam Roz Kelly'.
St James' Piccadilly, London
This concert, dedicated to Alan Rickman, featured the music of the Harry Potter films and was attended by HSH Prince Max of Lichtenstein.
Conservatoire musicians and singers from London performed Fauré's Requiem in memory of the victims of recent terror attacks.
Including the world premiere concert performance of Franz Waxman’s suite for Hitchcock’s 'Rebecca', in the film's 75th anniversary year.
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, Royal College of Music