Inspired by Darwin’s The Origin of Species, Julian Anderson’s The Comedy of Change is a seven-movement exploration of changes, contrasts and development, while Benedict Mason’s Nodding Trilliums and Curve-Lined Angles is a joyous, extravagant quadruple percussion concerto.

Mason’s new piece is very much an unknown quantity and, if recent pieces are a guide, surprises are to be expected.

Breathtaking… the new piece by Benedict Mason overturned all preconceptions of what a new piece should be.

— The Telegraph

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