The Many Voices of Errollyn Wallen
Celebrated Avant-Garde Classical Composer Errollyn Wallen
Hailed as "the renaissance woman of contemporary British music" by The Observer
, Belize-born and London-based composer, singer-songwriter and pianist Errollyn Wallen blurs the line between pop and contemporary art music. For this concert at Symphony Space, she is joined by violinist Anton Miller and violist Rita Porfiris for the New York premiere of Five Postcards
, along with the Hartt Quartet and writer David Grand, for a new work based on his new book, Mount Terminus
. This concert is part of the citywide Composers Now Festival.
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