Robert Saxton, composer

Drawing on a wide range of influences from his Jewish roots to the relationship between mathematical and music principles… his considerable technique and imagination make for writing of compelling melody (though not always in the conventional sense) and of richly organic background texture.‘ The Observer

imaginative evocation is fused in the most artful of musical structures and techniques…a sense of perpetual pulsings of energy’ The Times

this beautifully crafted work…should rush into the quartet repertoire’ The Observer on String Quartet No. 3