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Lyell Cresswell describes his work Ara Kopikopiko, which takes its title from the Maori word for Labyrinth, as a concerto for orchestra in which the instruments and ideas are treated as tesserae in a mosaic, assembled to catch the light at different angles. At its premiere the work was introduced by the composer and broadcast on BBC Radio 3.
This work was made possible by the award of the first Elgar Bursary
29 Apr 2005: Performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Porcelijn; Barbican Hall, London, United Kingdom
13 May 2006: Performed by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra with conductor Hamish McKeich, in Australia