- Lament, Saturday 8th October 1994, Melbourne University Choral Society, conducted by Andrew Wailes.
- Lament, Friday 9th December 1994, The ANU (Australian National University) Choral Society, conducted by Trish Shaw.
- The Hollow Men, Saturday 5th September 1998, The Melbourne Chamber Choir, conducted by Faye Dumont.A friend who attended the performance sent the following comment to the Australian choral-chat mailing list:
I went along to the Melbo Chamber Choir (formerly Fay(e) Dumont Singe-ers) concert Satdy night – no! It had *nothing at all* to do with one of the basses! Nothing!
Anyway, they premiered Michael’s “The Hollow Men” and all I can say is really puerile sounding stuff like “wow” and “wow” and maybe “wow”! It stayed with me for the past few days and was the most jaw-droppingly stunning thing I’d heard in a very long time indeed. Unfortunatement it wasn’t recorded so if you missed it and didn’t have a legit excuse like being out of the country or a previous engagement or you didn’t know about it, then sucko to you with knobs on!
It was without doubt the standout piece of the evening and words fail me!
- Alleluia (SSAB version), Friday 5th May 2000, RMIT Occasional Choral Society (ROCS), conducted by Michael Winikoff.
- Alleluia (SSAB version), Friday 26th May 2000, RMIT Occasional Choral Society (ROCS), conducted by Michael Winikoff.
- Alleluia (SATB version), Saturday 1st June 2002, The Melbourne Chamber Choir, conducted by Michael Winikoff.
- Excerpts from Blue Sky, Friday 4th June 2004, the RMIT Occasional Choral Society (ROCS), conducted by Sarah Chan.Blue Sky is an incomplete musical that Leanne and I are working on. The ROCS concert also included the premiere of Leanne’s Wheel of the Year: A Pagan Song Cycle.
- Three Madrigals and This is Australia, Friday 7th September 2007, RMIT Occasional Choral Society (ROCS), conducted by Philip Legge. This is Australia was submitted to the ROCS Composition Competition, and was awarded first place. The concert also included a performance of Leanne’s Crescent Moon, which was also submitted to the composition competition, and was awarded second place.
- Three Madrigals and This is Australia, Friday 19th October 2007, RMIT Occasional Choral Society (ROCS), conducted by Philip Legge.For this second performance, as part of RMIT Music’s Annual Music Showcase “A Night at the Movies”, Philip arranged the two pieces adding brass instruments.
- This is Australia, Friday 25th January 2008, Sydney Intervarsity Choral Festival, in a concert titled Visions of Australia, conducted by Brett Weymark.
- Three Madrigals, Saturday 5th April 2008, The Romulus Singers (Manchester, UK).
- Anthem for Doomed Youth (revised version), Saturday 19th April 2008, CAOS (Choir and Orchestra Society), Manchester, UK.
- Deconstruct a Chrysalis, Saturday 23rd May 2009, Southern Consort of Voices, Dunedin, New Zealand, conducted by Michael Winikoff.
- Blessing, Saturday 12th December 2009, Southern Consort of Voices, Dunedin, New Zealand, conducted by Michael Winikoff.
- Blue Sky, Friday 7th May, 2010, RMIT Occasional Choral Society (ROCS), Melbourne, Australia. Conducted by Mark Tosolini.This version of Blue Sky is a revised and extended from the 2004 version.
- The Mona Lisa, Saturday 26th June, 2010, Southern Consort of Voices, Dunedin, New Zealand, conducted by Michael Winikoff.
- The Silent Trumpet, Saturday 22nd October, 2010,
RMIT Occasional Choral Society, conducted by Mark Tosolini, Melbourne, Australia.
- Anthem for Doomed Youth, Sunday 4th December, 2011, The English Seminar Choir, Basel, Switzerland, conducted by Michel Uhlmann, with Morgane Klein on percussion.
“The Bells | With Bells Singing and Bells Ringing
A Project by Michel Uhlmann with Morgane Klein and The English Seminar Choir
- Friday, December 2, 2011, 8 pm – Offene Kirche Elisabethen Basel
- Saturday, December 3, 2011, 8 pm – Kirche Baden
This programme revolves around bells, with live compositions and performances by percussionist Morgane Klein in collaboration with the choir. Included are pieces about and with bells by Betsy Jolas and Maurizio Kagel as well as meditative moments with singing bowls and other cultic metal instruments. Especially for this project, the composer Michael Winikoff, New Zealand, will re-arrange his piece „Anthem for Doomed Youth“ for bells and choir. At the centre of the spectacle, new creations of sound are explored, with improvisation by the choir and the percussionist as well as elements of the English bell ringing tradition, which reaches far back in time. The programme is rounded off with pieces by Rachmaninov and Anne Boleyn as well as humoristic and satiric pieces like “Das Gläut zu Speyer” by Ludwig Senfl. Throughout the concert, bells are understood as causing chaos and creating order, and measuring time, mourning and joy.”
- The Chocolate Song, 13th and 14th February 2012 (“Paris Café”), Fine Arts Chorale, Kansas City, Missouri, directed by Terri Teal.
- I know a place (where the wild things grow), Friday 25th October 2013, RMIT Occasional Choral Society (ROCS).
- When I heard the learn’d astronomer, Sunday 7th December 2014, Vocal Ensemble (dir. Andrew Finck), Midd-West High School Auditorium, Middleburg, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Warm up song, Sunday 6th December 2015, Nharmonia vocal ensemble, Budapest, Hungary.
- Blessing (The Lord bless you and keep you), Sunday 29th May 2016, Southern Consort of Voices, Dunedin, New Zealand.
- Deconstruct a Chrysalis, Saturday 9th July 2016, 67th Intervarsity Choral Festival, Canberra, Australia.
- Blessing (The Lord bless you and keep you), Sunday 31st July 2016, Southern Consort of Voices, Dunedin, New Zealand.
- In the beginning, Saturday 15th October 2016, RMIT Occasional Choral Society, Melbourne, Australia. In the beginning was submitted to the ROCS Composition Competition, and was awarded first place.
- The Chocolate Song, Friday 31st March 2017 (concert starts 8pm), by the Hadlow Green Singers directed by Clive Nicholson, at Memorial Hall, Willaston, Neston, Cheshire U.K.
- Alleluia, Saturday 22 April 2017, Albuquerque, USA.