Silver Swan is a piece of music for seven unaccompanied female singers, written by Paul Clark, which has been presented both as a 'choreographed concert' and as a theatre piece featuring additional actors.
"Audacious imagery and soaring voices fill the Tate’s great hall... The acoustics are cathedral-like; as these unaccompanied voices penetrate every part of the space, they acquire an awesome, disembodied power." The Guardian
"The music by Paul Clark is achingly divine. Thrilling textures soar high and sweet, or brush against momentary discords." The Herald
"A creation that stands out from the crowd." Three Weeks