Composer, cellist, shakuhachi

… ‘If Nancie Eloise Gynn’s Shadow of the Wind stood out, it was because it dared to be luxuriantly slow-moving and soft-edged and ruminative.’
Ivan Hewett: Telegraph 21st June 2010; Aldeburgh Festival review

 … ‘A highlight for me was Eloise Nancie Gynn’s Sakura (cherry blossom) in which darker forces emerge and subside against a backdrop of atmospheric shimmers.’
Rebecca Franks: BBC Music Magazine June 2013; Panufnik Legacies CD review.

… ‘Eloise Gynn’s Genesis had a real feel for textural detail.’
Rhian Evans: The Guardian 9th July 2013 Cheltenham Composer Academy review.

Upcoming Gigs

The Mignonettes @ Octavo’s Book Cafe, Cardiff 4th Feb 2018, 2-4.30pm.

*RE-SCHEDULED* Only Breath will now be performed by Cardiff University Contemporary Music Group as part of COMA festival on 3rd May 2018 @ Cardiff University Concert Hall, 7pm.

New Graphic Score for the Hermes Experiment at Cafe Oto   24th May 2018, 7.30pm.

Os Golfinhos Cantam –  commissioned by the Setúbal Festival, will be premiered by Ensemble Juvenil de Setúbal on 27th May 2018, 7pm.

New work for the Berkeley Ensemble, premiere 22nd November 2018 at St James’ Church, Piccadilly, London.