Paul Khimasia Morgan about Antoine Beuger’s To The Memory Of at The Sound Projector

“Admittedly, a musical concept that favours silence and restraint will probably never be populist, exactly, despite Stuart Maconie’s recent well-intentioned efforts to showcase it on one of his BBC Radio6 programmes. Predictably, Maconie and his guest Andrew Male try not to too obviously play it for laughs when predictably referencing John Cage and ‘silence’ in their good-natured way, but one wonders how well any new or challenging music comes across in this sort of context really.” – Antoine Beuger’s composition To The Memory Of, realized by Nikolaus Gerszewski and Conceptual Soundproductions Budapest, reviewed by Paul Khimasia Morgan at London-based music magazine and radio show The Sound Projector.