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.
Light Dancing for mixed ability Symphony Orchestra performed by the LSO and young musicians as part of BMW Classics concert in Trafalgar Square, conducted by Simon Rattle 10th June 2023
These last few years I have mostly been growing and nurturing my family.
Some more new solo works in the pipeline – watch this space! @EloiseGynn
A Still Life for solo guitar was premiered by Shannon Latoyah Simon at Cardiff Guitar Festival 29th October 2021. She also performed it at the South Bank in 2022.
Morvoren – The Mermaid of Zennor. A film of part of my new opera performed by Sarah Dacey and Chris Williams. With thanks to Tŷ Cerdd and everyone who made the CoDI Opera project so brilliant.
Quietening for solo cello performed by Sandy Bartai on twitter and Facebook. Many thanks to Tŷ Cerdd and BBC NOW for the commission!
The Last Song for the Berkeley Ensemble, premiere 22nd November 2018 at St James’ Church, Piccadilly, London.
My graphic score Good Morning Mr Blackbird was performed by the Hermes Experiment as part of Soundstate Festival at the Southbank Centre, 16th January 2019.
My choral piece Only Breath was be performed by The Royal Holloway New Voices Consort in Earth seen from Above conducted by Nathan James Dearden at Royal Holloway, 14th March 2019.
Little Red Riding Hood – for Northern Ballet, Leeds Stanley & Audrey Burton Theatre premiere– . London Linbury Studio Theatre at Royal Opera House London Première, –
Due to COVID-19 the spring tour of Little Red Riding Hood was cancelled.
You can watch the lovely BBC version on iPlayer here.