Mark-Anthony Turnage

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Prom 39: BBCSO/Oramo review – a soaring tale of three cities … and a blackbird
Oramo’s Prom of English music included the UK premiere of Turnage’s Time Flies; with an encore of Paul McCartney’s Blackbird from tubist Constantin Hartwig

Tim Ashley

16, Aug, 2022 @11:18 AM

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‘We hear things no one else notices’: Proms composers on their extraordinary new music
The world’s greatest classical music festival is back. From landing on Mars to the life of a beehive, Thomas Adès, Mark-Anthony Turnage, Jennifer Walshe and others tell us about the work they’ll debut there

Interviews by Imogen Tilden

13, Jul, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Classical home listening: Philippe Jaroussky and Thibaut Garcia, Attacca Quartet and more
The countertenor makes a guitar album, while the Brooklyn foursome mix madrigals and minimalism

Fiona Maddocks

04, Dec, 2021 @12:00 PM

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Up for Grabs review – Turnage’s deliriously unbuttoned score celebrates thrilling football history
Mark-Anthony Turnage has channelled his passion for the beautiful game into an electrifying musical tribute to accompany highlights from Arsenal’s 1989 title win over Liverpool

Andrew Clements

07, Nov, 2021 @2:04 PM

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The week in classical: world premieres by Anna Clyne, Huw Watkins and Mark-Anthony Turnage
The SCO premiered Clyne’s Overflow, the Hallé Watkins’s Symphony No 2; and Turnage’s Lament had its first airing on French radio

Fiona Maddocks

24, Apr, 2021 @11:30 AM

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Turnage world premiere review – a heartfelt tribute to Oliver Knussen
Mark-Anthony Turnage’s Last Song for Olly captures the wit and spirit of his teacher and lifelong friend

Fiona Maddocks

12, Sep, 2020 @1:00 PM

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LSO/Rattle review – Turnage, Knussen and Britten make an evening to be savoured
Turnage’s homage to Knussen – rescored and scaled down – was a touching and profound centrepiece to a beautifully conceived concert of British music

Andrew Clements

10, Sep, 2020 @3:37 PM

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Philharmonia/Salonen review – Turnage gets the horn
Mark-Anthony Turnage’s horn concerto was premiered with understated virtuosity by Richard Watkins, part of a programme that focused on the instrument with warmth and wit

Tim Ashley

17, Jan, 2020 @3:58 PM

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Britten Sinfonia / Gourlay review – Turnage and Clayton sing out for refugees
Poems on displacement by Benjamin Zephaniah, Brian Bilston, Dickinson and Auden drive a weighty new song cycle by Mark-Anthony Turnage, delivered masterfully by Allan Clayton

Andrew Clements

22, Sep, 2019 @11:32 AM

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Let’s not keep new music in seclusion | Letter
Letter: Presenting music recently created alongside that of the last 100 years would certainly enable listeners to assess composers’ achievements more accurately, says Meirion Bowen

Letters

20, Aug, 2019 @4:17 PM

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The Silver Tassie review – superb, fiery outing for Turnage's first world war masterpiece
This concert staging of Mark-Anthony Turnage’s opera based on Sean O’Casey’s play was forcefully conducted by Ryan Wigglesworth and sung by a consistently strong cast

Tim Ashley

11, Nov, 2018 @5:11 PM

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No more operas from Turnage, as Twitter row with critics turns toxic
Composer Mark-Anthony Turnage became embroiled in a spat with opera critics over his newest work, Coraline, before declaring: ‘I’m done with the genre’

Imogen Tilden

09, Apr, 2018 @4:40 PM

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