The London-based group is running a series of concerts every Wednesday evening at 7.30pm

The Echo Ensemble, a group of musicians based in London, has announced a live-streamed concert series beginning on Wednesday 1 April at 7.30pm (GMT+1). Entitled ‘The Echo Chamber’, the concerts will consist of solo performances by members of the ensemble, along with ‘special guests’ from around the world. The ensemble was founded in 2016 by conductor and composer Noah Max, whose piece ‘Little Prayer’ for cello trio receives its world premiere at this concert.


György Kurtág: H.J.-nóta and Népdalféle (from Signs, Games and Messages)

Edgar Francis, Viola

Claude Debussy: Syrinx

Frederico Paixaio, Flute

Jean-Philippe Rameau: Prelude (from Pieces de Clavecin)

Erica Roozendaal, Accordion

Guacinto Sclesi: L’âme Ailée

Anna Jalving, Violin

Georg Telemann: Fantasia No. 2 in A Minor (from 12 Fantasies, 1733)

Special Guest: Ashley Solomon, baroque flute

Mikhail Glinka: The Lark

Esther Beyer, Harp

J. S. Bach: Allemande-Double (from B minor partita)

Didier Osindero, Violin

Eve Belgarian: Einhorn (for horn and tape)

Lynn Henderson, Horn

WORLD PREMIERE Noah Max: Little Prayer (for cello trio)

Wallis Power, Cellos 1 2 & 3 Multi-tracked by Noah Max

Brian Ferneyhough: Cassandra’s Dream Song

Jaume Darbra, Flute

Echo Ensemble

Echo Ensemble