Suspended opus 69 - promo video clip
Gandini Juggling, 4x4: Ephemeral Architectures
Director: Sean Gandini
Music: Nimrod Borenstein

A huge international success, Suspended has had more than 100 performances
(from the Edinburgh International Festival to the Taipei Arts Festival, the Royal 
Opera House etc) and continues to tour the world. The music was commissioned 
especially by Gandini Juggling for their ballet for jugglers and dancers 4 x 4 
Ephemeral Architectures. Recorded at the Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin, in 
August 2015 for the Solaire label the piece is now available on CD and download.





Suspended opus 69
Excerpts from the Solaire Records CD
Symphony for strings opus 68
Recording of the world premiere on Thursday 23rd October 2014 at St John’s Smith Square, London
Camerata Alma Viva
Charlotte Maclet, violin and director
Concerto for violin and orchestra opus 60 (excerpts)
Ashkenazy/Borenstein Chandos Album - Official Trailer
Vladimir Ashkenazy, conductor
The Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra
Irmina Trynkos, solo violin 

If you will it, it is no dream opus 58
Vladimir Ashkenazy, conductor
The Philharmonia Orchestra
Recorded at the Royal Festival Hall on the 13th of June 2013 with the generous support of Mr Zvi Meitar to whom the work is dedicated.
Concerto for violoncello and string orchestra opus 56b
Denis Shapovalov, conductor
Sandra Belic, cello
The Belgrade Strings 
Recording from the Belgrade's radio of the world premiere in Belgrade on the 5th of July 2013
I. Moderato
II. Adagio
III. Allegro
Jean-Christophe Charron, conductor
The Shwebomin orchestra

Lullaby opus 81c for piano, violin & alto saxophone
World première, recorded at Aldeneik, Belgium, December 1st 2018  
Kugoni Trio 
Kurt Bertels - saxophone
Nicolas Dupont - violin
Bert Koch - piano

Light and darkness opus 80 for piano quintet
World premiere recorded live at The Internationaal Kamermuziekfestival Schiermonnikoog on Saturday 29th September 2018  
Nimrod Borenstein, conductor
Karel Boeschoten, violin
Dana Zemtsov, viola
Christine Lee, cello
Gunars Upatnieks, double bass
David Bismuth, piano
Excerpt from the Hedone CD
Fionnuala Moynihan, piano
Sanja Romic Drazic, oboe
Heroic Elegy opus 67 for violoncello and piano
Corinne Morris, violoncello
Viv McLean, piano 
Souvenirs opus 49 for violin and piano 
Irmina Trynkos, violin
Tomasz Lis, piano
Meditation and Burlesque opus 43 for string quartet
Tana string quartet
Recording of the world premiere in Bruxelles on December 7th, 2013

The Magic Mountain opus 30 for violoncello and piano
Alexander Chaushian, violoncello
Antony Hewitt, piano
Nocturnal Fantasia opus 22 for violin and piano
Pierre Bensaid, violin 
Robert Markham, piano
Nocturnal Fantasia opus 22 for violin and piano
Sean Riley, violin
Francesca Leonardi, piano

Wind quintet opus 14
Galliard Ensemble, wind quintet

Pictures opus 9 for clarinet and piano
Katherine Spencer, clarinet
Sam Haywood, piano

Sonata for violin and piano opus 1
Pierre Bensaid, violin
Sam Haywood, piano




The voice of melody opus 45  for choir SATB and organ  
Dennis Lee conductor
The Una Vocis choir (USA)

Idols opus 44  for choir SATB and organ  
Dennis Lee conductor
The Una Vocis choir (USA)

If I forget Thee, O Jerusalem opus 41  for choir SATB and organ  
Dennis Lee conductor
The Una Vocis choir (USA)

The Dream for piano solo opus 75 No 1
Clélia Iruzun, piano
Recorded live at the LSE on Monday 06 February 2017 
Ostinato Étude opus 66 for piano solo
Irina Lankova, piano
Video recording of the world premiere at the Salle Gaveau, Paris,  on the 26th of March 2014
Soliloquy opus 59 for solo cello  
Sandra Belic, violoncello

Reminiscences of childhood opus 54 for piano solo
Recording of the premiere at the It's all about piano festival, London on the 6th of April 2014.
Pascal Amoyel, piano
Monologue opus 50 for organ 
Robin Walker, organ

Quasi una cadenza opus 26 for violin solo 
Nimrod Borenstein, violin
Piano sonata opus 21
Gila Goldstein, piano

Kol Nidrei opus 10 for organ
Robin Walker, organ
Etude Poème Op. 8 for harp solo
Anne-Sophie Bertand, harp
Suite opus 4 for piano solo
Julietta Demetriades, piano