Selection of extracts from recent compositions:
- Crossing Green - Clip East / West Fusion Chamber Ensemble 0:26
- One Before Zero Oratorio - Clip 2 Choirs, Orchestra & Vocal Soloists 1:36
- Three States at Play - Clip Solo Violin 0:58
- Vanon - Clip Brass Ensemble 1:12
- String Sinfonia - Clip String Ensemble 0:25
- White Knight - Clip Voice & Piano 2:21
- Siksika Viola Concerto - Clip Chamber Orchestra 1:56
- Miyabi Violin Concerto - Clip Symphony Orchestra 1:32
Browse Benjamin’s Compositions / CDs:
Benjamin introduces the collaborative work, “Before the Dawn” which incorporates a range of atmospheric sounds recorded by the local community including footsteps, yoga mantras, right through to household appliances.
Benjamin discusses the compositional process used as part of this ‘Rural Arts’ project in North Yorkshire.
“Calefaction” (meaning the act of heating) – A new piece for French Horn Sextet by Benjamin Ellin (September 2020).
Performed by Mark Almond
‘Grigory Tsyganov (viola) & Alexis Roman (flute) perform Ellin’s ‘Baker Reflections’
Ellin’s ‘Ahtsimoishkaan’ for 4 sections of violas featuring viola soloists Rivka Golani, Peter Barsony and Martina Joy Peter. Conducted by Nic Pendlebury in a collaborative concert with students from London’s Trinity College of Music (London), Liszt Academy (Hungary) & the University of Music and Performing Arts (Graz) performing music inspired by and honouring the Blackfoot First Nations people of Canada.
‘The White Crucifixion’ for solo viola & strings performed by Grigory Tsyganov with Ellin conducting in September 2019, Moscow.
Joseph Alessi, Ekaterinburg Philharmonic – Pandora Trombone Concert (1st mvt) by Benjamin Ellin (Ellin conducting):
BBC World News Interview ahead of Ellin’s ‘Miyabi’ Violin Concerto World Premiere with the Philharmonia Orchestra:
Clip of Ellin conducting Orchestre de Montpellier in Pergolesi Stabat Mater:
Clip of Ellin conducting Tafahum (East / West Fusion ensemble) in a performance of ‘Louou’ on YouTube:
Ellin conducts the Slaithwaite Philharmonic Orchestra in a performance of Mahler 2 on YouTube: