About

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

Ways of Being Together – Cardiff Dance Festival, 19th November 2017 @ Chapter Arts, 6pm. I will be playing cello, singing and moving in a new piece choreographed by Jo Fong.