'Heartland' reviews

‘Matthew Hindson’s Heartland…concluded the concert.  This piece is a dazzlingly virtuosic setting of an eclectic lot of texts ranging from the Biblical Book of Ruth to Keats, Shelley, Sappho, Adam Gordon and Christina Rossetti, and was a new experience for me - both because I had not encountered it before…and for the significantly more mature intensity and flavour of Hindson’s muse than I had met previously.  Without losing intermittent traces of the larrikinism which was such a prominent ingredient of his earlier compositions, Hindson has begun to delve much further into the vast domain of the human heart and soul.’
Opera-Opera (David Gyger), August 2007

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