Review(The concert) began with Grantham’s “Fantasy on Mr. Hyde's Song”, a seven-minute piece of engaging materials in which Robert Louis Stevenson's nefarious character is treated to a range of dazzling orchestral coloration and dramatic incident. Grantham… creates atmospheres with a witty, vivid hand, employing rhythmic devices that convey the diabolical doings with a winning, even jazzy smirk. The work is marked"cheerfully vulgar, but also sinister" which…the orchestra followed gleefully, finding the ominous depths in . . . the drug-Induced personality of Mr. Hyde in infectious or chatter.
New York Times