Eloise Gynn 1985
Ar hyn of bryd mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
Inspired by the natural world, poetry and movement, Eloise Gynn’s music has been described as “ethereal, glowering” (Terry Blain, BBC Music Magazine), “quite intoxicating” (Classical Reviewer), and “luxuriantly slow moving, soft edged and ruminative” (Ivan Hewitt, Telegraph). Eloise has had works performed by the London Sinfonietta, Kokoro, Hebrides Ensemble, Schubert Ensemble, MusArc Choir, and two works for the London Symphony Orchestra, of which Sakura has been recorded and released on LSO Live.
Eloise has performed in a diverse range of artistic ventures, from playing the cello and shakuhachi at festivals in Armenia, Lithuania and Korea, to collaborating with choreographers at Phoenix Dance Theatre. More recently she created Hiraeth- a piece for four dancers, cello and electronics. As a cellist/vocalist she performs with Les Mignonettes, a new trio specialising in original compositions and contemporary arrangements of folk music from around Europe.
2018 will see the premieres of three new works, a viola concerto to be performed by Jenny Lewisohn, a commission for the Setúbal Festival in Portugal, and a new piece for the Berkeley Ensemble.