ELISION at King’s Place reviewed

My review of ELISION at King’s Place last week is now online at Musical Pointers.

ELISION are world-renowned interpreters of new music’s most difficult repertoire, and they brought a varied selection to their second concert at London’s King’s Place. At its heart were three works by Richard Barrett, a long-time collaborator and a founding influence in the group’s early years, and two by Aaron Cassidy, an American composer based in Huddersfield, whose music is rapidly gaining international recognition through ELISION’s support.

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Update: See Richard Haynes’s Youtube channel for videos from rehearsals for this concert.

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