London’s Wigmore Hall “is showcasing an art installation alongside … a new string quartet by the British composer Charlotte Bray entitled Ungrievable Lives,” writes Diane Taylor in Wednesday’s (3/30) Guardian (U.K.). “The 13-movement quartet, a musical response to the migration crisis, will be presented in conjunction with the art installation by British artist Caroline Burraway.” The Castalian String Quartet will give the world premiere of the work on April 7 at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, Germany, and then perform it in London. The installation “consists of 13 children’s dresses, handmade from refugee lifejackets gathered by the artist … Each dress represents one million of the 13 million child refugees worldwide.” During Wigmore Hall’s “450-concert season … are more than 40 premieres, including Ungrievable Lives…. Bray said of the inspiration behind her new string quartet: ‘I attempt to imagine and find some way of illustrating what millions of migrants are enduring, in search of safety or a better life. Caroline Burraway has responded to the crisis through her art since 2015 and witnessed first-hand the camps and the situation in the Mediterranean up close. Her installation forms a large part of the stimulus behind my string quartet.’ ”