ExplorEnsemble. Sdraulig. Hush.

The debut concert of ExplorEnsemble is happening tomorrow night in the Parry Room at the Royal College of Music (details at bottom). They’re playing what looks like a fairly killer trans-generational programme. I’m not familiar – yet – with some of the younger names on the programme, but Charlie Sdraulig‘s Hush for cello and harp (featured as the first entry in The Rambler’s Contemporary Notation Project) will be receiving its premiere.

The musical implications of Hush took a dump in my brain (in the good way) have been turning over in my mind fairly constantly since I first read through the score several months ago. It promises to be a genuinely striking musical experience, and at the advertised price, it’s one that you, dear reader, have no excuse to pass up. Unless you’re not in London. Like me:

 

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