Ewan's music features the adaptation of electronic and everyday sounds into instrumental
and vocal music. Ewan's most recent commission is a 10-minute work for the London Symphony Orchestra. A fascination with
cartography has led him to create map-scores, often with non-linear musical structures that offer the performer structural
autonomy. His interest in art, poetry and the natural world are the source of much of his musical inspiration.
Ewan directs and curates events, often in collaboration with other art forms. Along
with Alex Wilson of the Dr K Sextet and curator Niamh White, Ewan co-directs the Pierrot Project which brings
together visual and aural artists. Ewan also conducts the Wilderness Orchestra whose performances have included his orchestrations
of Radiohead, Aphex Twin, Nina Simone and David Bowie.
Two Extremes for solo violin
(i) Rare Nothings;
(ii) Everything, all at once
"Everything, all at once, written with Thom’s
incredible virtuosity in mind, uses various musical interpretations of the mathematical Fibonacci series"
amplified bass recorder
(after Spiritus Sanctus by Hildegard von Bingen)