Edward Cowie’s Particle Partita at Wilton’s Music Hall, London

particle partitaFantastic concert last night at Wilton’s Music Hall, at another Peter Sheppard Skaerved event, not only an evening of Mozart but a world premiere of composer and artist Edward Cowie‘s Particle Partita, some of which I attempted to draw on the back of my programme notes – I’d foolishly left my notebook behind.  Particle Partita is for two violins, and one could imagine particles flying, electrons fizzing and blipping etc as Peter and Mihailo Trandafilovski played … it was quite a physical performance! particle partita 2 I first heard Peter Sheppard Skaerved play with the Kreutzer Quartet at the National Portrait Gallery in March 2014, and fortunately hadn’t forgotten my notebook then.  Some time later we met for tea at the London Review of Books Cafe, where I was not only super-impressed by Peter’s knowledge and passion for music, but by his mentioning that 18C highwayman Jack Sheppard was his ancestor.

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One Response to Edward Cowie’s Particle Partita at Wilton’s Music Hall, London

  1. Edward Cowie says:

    Hello Sally,
    How very sweet of you to respond to my piece so warmly and inventively! I’m even sorrier that I had a knee injury and couldn’t be there to hear it and to meet YOU!
    I’ve looked at your work and am very intrigued by it! It would be great to be in touch and to perhaps meet one day in the Autumn when I’ll be back in the UK from France. I suspect we could have a LOT to share and talk about!
    Warm greetings
    Edward

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