cable veins 

piano solo


This revised version looks back at the original Cable Veins (2016). I returned to focus more on the movement, the sound heard. Reduced to its simplest form.    

Cable Veins

piano and electronics


Cable Veins was conceived after two moments: 1) watching a dancer/non-pianist playing across a piano before a rehearsal at Centre national de la danse, and 2) whilst taking a cable car ride. What struck me in both instances was the amount of movement seen verses the sounds heard; both the dancer and the whirring cogs of the machine making sound yet producing a more intricate  movement. This was a quality I wanted to investigate, to create a  gesture, which in turn would create the sound.


All in a meditative state. 


08/06/18 Sarah Westwood @OVADA Art Gallery, Oxford


11/01/17 Sarah Westwood @Estalagem Lounge, Madeira

WP: 18/09/16 Sarah Westwood @ at St John’s Smith Square, London

Sarah Westwood, plays Cable Veins (2016) at St John's Smith Square

Photo - Sarah Westwood, Carla Rees and Xenia Pestova

@Cheltenham Composers Academy, July 2018 (Danny Imson)


Furl  for viola solo (amplified) will be performed by Mark Menzies at ISCM World Music Days New, Zealand - April 20 


You are Your Memory for flute, clarinet, cello and piano will be performed by RCM students as part of Illuminate Women's Music Chamber Concert at  Royal College of Music - February 20

my sound is torn an interactive version of the piece will be presented at Estalagem da Ponta do Sol Residency for Contemporary Music and Electronics, Madeira  - December 19

for you will be presented at OUA Electroacoustic Music Festival,

Japan - November 19