Epiphany is a classical music improvisation group who offer creative classical concerts and innovative improvised music events throughout the UK and abroad. A couple of the musicians live in Worcestershire. Please enjoy these spontaneous pieces of music set to the natural beauty in the world.
In the Time of Pandemic is based on a poem by US poet Kitty O’Meara (used by permission) which she wrote at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. We have added music from Epiphany’s album ‘Into the Deep’.
Reflective Improvisations is a visual response to an Epiphany improvisation performed live in Wells Cathedral Chapter House at the end of January 2020. The ambient sound is the natural acoustic of the Chapter House. Some of the visuals are from DanStevers.com (used by permission).
In the midst of the huge challenge of coronavirus, here’s a ‘Blessing’ from Epiphany recorded live in Wells Cathedral Chapter House at the end of January 2020. This improvisation is completely spontaneous and the acoustic is as it was at the time (around a 5 second reverb time!). We hope this will help you to find hope in the midst of the current crisis. The added visuals were taken by Nigel Cameron one morning at sunrise.
“The Deeper Magic Before the Dawn of Time” (Quote from the Narnia story ‘The Lion, The Watch and the Wardrobe’ by C.S. Lewis). The Easter Story Reimagined. This video is based on a spontaneous improvisation performed by Epiphany recorded live in Wells Cathedral Chapter House at the end of January 2020. The ambient sound is the natural acoustic of the Chapter House. Video material used is licenced from DanStevers.com
Video material used has been taken by the son of the founder of Epiphany Music, David Williamson. David is currently living in Kathmandu in Nepal.
Only six musicians were involved: Richard Williamson (viola), Dave Hart (flute), Linda Entwistle (keyboard), Jo Garcia (cello), Nigel Cameron (Irish whistles/percussion) and Julie Cameron-Hall (violin).