Stevie Wishart and Frank Denyer
Kate Molleson introduces the latest new sounds from Nomi Epstein, Frank Denyer and Ying Wang, which move from innocence to apocalypse.
New Music Show: Kate Molleson introduces the latest new sounds - from the whispered intimacies of Frank Denyer's String Quartet to the battle between the innocent self and the temptations of the world in Ying Wang's new work for violin and ensemble. There's new music too from Pierre-Yves Macé, Stevie Wishart and Nomi Epstein and also George Benjamin's classic from 1980 inspired by the eerie tension as the New Mexico desert landscape is overwhelmed by a vast storm.
Adam Stanović: Metallurgic
Frank Denyer: String Quartet from new album The Boundaries of Intimacy
Ying Wang: Schmutz
Stevie Wishart: Between cities in sound (Eurostar)
George Benjamin: Ringed by the flat horizon
Nomi Epstein: Combine, Juxtapose, Delayed Overlap
Pierre-Yves Macé: rhapsodie-sur-fond-vert cello and electronics