is in many ways a performer’s composer. His elegantly composed works, underwired with deft neo-classical ingenuity create generous and supportive settings for interpretation.

A fine recital and ensemble pianist, hisworks for piano such as the Goldberg and Diabellis inspired Variations or the Ravelean A Sonatina in Four Waltzes are moreish to perform with or without an audience. Recent years have seen Keeley focussing on chamber works, particularly duos in including for flute and harp, two bassoons, flute and percussion and violin and viola.

The enjoyment of performers of his work is underscored by the three portrait CD releases available on the NMC, Convivium and Lorelt labels. Dances with Bears, Tales from the Golden City and Quetzalli all featuring on the most recent release from Lorelt.

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