Supported by the Fromm Music Foundation
ELISION began life performing at the Footscray Community Arts Centre, Melbourne in 1986. It established its international reputation as a new music ensemble through its engagement with complex and virtuosically challenging aesthetics. ELISION’s 16-strong membership includes some of the world’s leading musicians who have defined contemporary instrumental technique with their recordings and publications. Over 30 years, the ensemble has focussed its practice on exploring musical form with cross-artform and transcultural perspectives, providing inspiring models of collaborative practice, which has had an impact on succeeding generations of artists.