Bethan Morgan-Williams (1992-) is a composer who writes quirky, rhythmically-intricate music, finding motivation in the apogee of musical performance. Described as “marvellously oblique and obscure” [5against4] while being “rooted in something ancient and folky” [The Telegraph], Bethan’s music plays with expectation and variance. Recurring themes include concealment, dualism and nonconformity; while ongoing preoccupations include the passing of time (flow), the link between perception and memory, the interplay between systems and intuition, and the effects of revisiting material interactions on the substructure of ‘finished’ pieces.