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Moody’s largest works to date are Passion and Resurrection (1992), the Akathistos Hymn (1998) and Qohelet (2013). Other significant pieces include The Dormition of the Virgin (2003), the double-bass concerto The Morning Star (2003), the piano concerto Linnunlaulu (2003), Passione popolare (2005), Ossetian Requiem (2005), the tuba concerto Pipistrello (2007), Stabat mater (2008), Moons and Suns (2008), the piano quintet Nocturne of Light (2009), the bass-clarinet concerto Dragonfly (2013), Simeron (2013) for vocal trio and string trio, and the Dante Trilogy (2014) for choir and ensemble.
As a conductor, Moody works regularly with professional choirs and ensembles in both Europe and America, especially in contemporary and Orthodox church music. He is also active as a musicologist, and is a researcher at CESEM in the Universidade Nova, Lisbon.