Not exactly complexicist, but some distance from new simplicity or neo-Romanticism, these solo and chamber works by two youngish UK-domiciled composers share an eclectic view of developments in 20th-century music. Fitch is an authority on early music, though this only shows when he expressly wants it to. Some extended instrumental techniques are in evidence; for the most part these works occupy the realm of free atonality familiar to us from a good deal of music written by the younger generation of European composers.
RT @RobFokkens Luis Tinoco's programme on my chamber music broadcast on Portuguese classical music station Antena 2 is available here: rtp.pt/play/p285/geo… The programme's archive is well worth an explore! @ComposersEd @cardiffunimusic @DivineArtRecord
RT @heather_roche On last night's #LateJunction, there was some @fantasticdrfox on the ol' contrabass clarinet. honkhonk. honkhonkhonk. honk. (And lots of other good stuff as well!) bbc.co.uk/programmes… @BBCRadio3