Composer Ash Madni has drawn on a lifetime of exotic influences and experiences from the East and West to create his latest compositions.
Ash's evocative music explores a new tonal, easy listening fusion style which was well received in February 2012 when his Violin concerto, 'Sounds from the Bazaar', was performed by the Ten Tors Orchestra conducted by Simon Ible, in the Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival. "Eminently listenable," wrote Philip R Buttall in The Herald, Plymouth, praising Ash's "vivid sound picture, where ethnic influences blended seamlessly with instrumental effects."
Most Notable Credits
|Sounds from the Bazaar||2012|
A self-taught musician and composer, Ash has built up an impressive catalogue of compositions and collaborations, in the UK, US and Salzburg. One if his mentors, is the famous Kazakh violinist Marat Bisengaliev, musical director of the Symphony Orchestra of India.
Ash is very excited about joining Hollywood Elite Composers. Under the leadership of Ivor Novello nominated composer and CEO Helene Muddiman, HEC is a unique organization promoting works of well known and new composers.
|2015||Chrysalis||Chistine Westhoff & Timothy Allen|
|2013||Priya's Seasons||The Antonine Quartet|
|2011||Mystic Thoughts: 13 Pieces for String Quartet||The Monzi Quartet|