Elliot has had solo works performed by various soloists and ensembles nationwide. His Chamber and Choral music has been performed and workshopped by the BBC Singers (cond. Matthew Hamilton), the Brighton Orpheus Choir, the New Sounds Chamber Choir and the RCM Junior Chamber Orchestra to name but a few.
He is the founder of 'New Sounds', a festival of new music that ran in February 2013. It took the form of a concert to showcase the large-scale orchestral and choral work of young, local composers, performed by theNew Sounds Concert Orchestra (NSCO) and New Sounds Concert Choir (NSCC). Read more here: http://www.elliotviola.co.uk/new-sounds
In 2011, aged 17, he was commissioned by the Brighton Little Theatre Company to write the incidental music to Martin McDonaugh's 'The Beauty Queen of Leenane', which was received with critical acclaim. Director Claire Lewis called the music 'beautifully evocative' and said that it 'suited the play perfectly.'
On December 8th, 2012, a 'Christmas Medley' arranged by Elliot was performed at the Carpenters Hall London, in the presence of HRH Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester. You can find the recording on Elliot's YouTube.
Elliot also publishes his music on YouTube, where he has tens of thousands of views of his compositions, and fantastic reception of his work. Visit his Channel at http://www.youtube.com/elliotviola
He also currently has a publishing contract with OLC Barcelona, an Online Publishing company that offers both free and paid downloadable music in the PDF format.
Links to his published works can be found here: