Listen to our playlist of Rolf's works here, or here to read the programme notes. You can listen to our composer interview podcasts here or watch our whimsical video of the text to 'This is the Cow' here.

Composer Interview 

Rolf Hind in Conversation with Christian Mason

 

A Syllabary (2017), 5’
for solo voice plus wandering spring drum

 

The City of Love (2002) 10’

Songs (texts by Bihari) for voice, violin and piano

 

King David (2008), 7’

for clarinet and violin

 

Way Out East (2016), 35’

Three chamber pieces for stage
1. Follow the Leader

2. Varanasi Haiku

3. This Is The Cow

for voice, saxophone, percussion and piano

Rolf Hind

30.09.18 at 5.00pm

The Octandre Ensemble 

@ The Coronet, Notting Hill

Equally renowned as a concert pianist and a composer, Hind draws his inspiration from the Indian culture and language. Recent works include his 2017 HCMF commission On what weft are woven the waters and his mindfulness opera Lost in Thought (2015). Our portrait culminates in the first ever full performance of  Way Out East - a set of three chamber pieces for the stage, featuring mezzo soprano Lore Lixenberg.