Blue Dawn 
Blue Dawn is the latest collection by acclaimed British composer, Andrew Keeling. Steven Wray plays the title work, a cycle of pieces lasting over 30 minutes, alongside other works played by Holland’s 3-Orm, Scottish-based ensemble TripleSec, and theorboist Matthew Wadsworth.

...the real heart of the album is to be found in Blue Dawn... seven solo piano pieces touchingly played by Steven Wray ... With a luminous clarity, [composer] Keeling probes for that startling, fresh beauty residing within the mundane, and which leaves us breathless when we find it. Magnificent. Sid Smith 

...something rather rich and strange.  Dominy Clements

burning shed label
Quickening the Dead

Andrew Keeling's first collection of chamber pieces includes 
O Ignis Spiritus  — The Hilliard Ensemble
One Flesh — Susanna Pell and Jacob Heringman
Off The Beaten Track — Cathy Stevens and Steven Wray
Tjarn — Steven Wray

That passionate and committed energy is seldom far from the surface of this recording which I can heartily recommend ·  Riverrun CD review

Riverrun Records · RVRCD55
Resonances: Classical, Romantic and Modern in Central Europe
Steven Wray’s playing is technically brilliant, but the technique is not paraded before the listener’s ears for its own sake. His lyricism is coupled with a firm grip on structure, engaging both the mind and the heart – a pleasure to listen to.
Karel Janovicky, Journal of the Dvorak Society
I sense astute programme planning throughout, and I hope to hear this commanding and sensitive artist soon in live recital.
Bill Newman, Music and Vision
I have listened to your CD recital from start to finish and must congratulate you on a very fine offering.   Bryan Crimp, APR Recordings
Thank you for sending me your Resonances piano recording, which I personally enjoyed very much - the playing as well as the packaging.
Michael Garvey, Carlton Classics
I have listened to your recordings with much pleasure and congratulate you. I enjoyed both the musicality and the energy of your Beethoven and Brahms performances and I hope that you will explore more of the Czech romantic literature in the future... Graham Melville-Mason, Chairman, Dvorak Society, UK
out of the way productions  ·  VRO 98001
Steven Wray accompanies Laudibus directed by Michael Brewer in Songs of Farewell by Humphrey Clucas on a disc of his choral works. 

"This beautifully recorded disc is a must for church music enthusiasts" 
BBC Music Magazine

Upbeat Classics  ·  URCD142
Czech Radio
Viktor Ullmann            Piano Sonata No 4 (1941)
Jaromir Weinberger     Colloque sentimentale (violin and piano)
Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (Sender Freies Berlin)
Documentary: Nicht bloß klagend an Babylons Flüssen (Gaby Flatow, 1993)
featuring the music of Viktor Ullmann and Pavel Haas
Contributors included the renowned bass baritone Karel Berman, the conductor Gerd Albrecht and others. Steven Wray is interviewed in German regarding his interpretation (and played excerpts) of Ullmann’s fourth piano sonata.
John Bull                
Andrew Keeling  
Henry Purcell        
Olivier Messiaen  
Andrew Keeling    
Somei Satoh      
John Taverner        
The eclectic range of pieces in this recording juxtaposes short pieces from a distinctively English tradition of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries with twentieth century pieces of wide-ranging musical and philosophical influences. It is fascinating to see the modern composers each in very different circumstances, and in such varied ways, reaching beyond the immediacy of sound as they touch on the timeless and the universal. ©
I think that your performance of Incarnation is very wonderful. This work was refreshed by you. And your performance is deep. I wish to express my gratitude to your wonderful performance.  Somei Satoh, composer.
I think you have something of incredible potential... It's absolutely stunning! ... You deserve major success.  Andrew Keeling, composer
In Nomine (c.1600)
Tjarn (1998)
In Nomine of six parts (1680) transcribed by Steven Wray
Première Communion de la Vierge (1944)
Pneuma (1992)
Incarnation II (1978)
Benedictus (c.1525) transcribed by Steven Wray
Due for release
Sonata in A Op 101 
Things lived and dreamt Op 30/5
Six Little Pieces Op 19
Umlkani ·  Silence Descending (1969)
Variations & Fugue on a theme of Handel Op 24