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Tamzin Elliott

Tamzin Elliott is a composer and writer based in Los Angeles, and a doctoral student at University of Southern California.

Articles by this Author

Chamber Music Review
June 14, 2019

Three quartets explore the underlying poetics of a famous filmmaker.

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Modern Classical Review
June 4, 2019

Is it actually a good thing to overwhelm your audience?

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Modern Classical Review
May 21, 2019

Shape-note singing, the sounds of an artificial-intelligence “baby,” and bone-rattling bass shake the rafters.

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Modern Classical Review
May 7, 2019

The Chicago composer’s works for string quartet and trio cap wasteLAnd’s sixth season.

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Modern Classical Review
April 22, 2019

People Inside Electronics hosts “place/displace” at Villa Aurora.

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Modern Classical Review
April 13, 2019

New-music composers focus on the “notes between notes” played on everything from microtonal guitar to full-blown gamelan orchestra.

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Jazz Review
March 19, 2019

The poetry-percussion-cello ensemble celebrates black cultures in its eponymous program at The Wallis.

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Choral Review
March 5, 2019

How fitting that Monk’s longtime interest in interdisciplinary art should result in a multimedia piece about cooperation.

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Chamber Music Review
February 19, 2019

Woodwinds and voices do battle with menacing tape players in the evening’s title work.

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Recital Review
February 12, 2019

The pianist pushes the boundaries of performance norms in a concert dedicated to his own death.

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Modern Classical Review
January 18, 2019

At Monday Evening Concerts, music by Julius Eastman and Sarah Hennies makes an interesting pairing.

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