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Composer: Turnage, Mark-Anthony (b. 1960)

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Year of birth1960
NationalityUnited Kingdom
PeriodContemporary
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Hong KongOutside Elements

Turnage, Bartók, Tsontakis, Korngold
Martin Beaver; Cho-Liang Lin; Lise Berthaud; David Shifrin

LiverpoolBeethoven 7

Beethoven 7
Turnage, Mahler, Schubert, Beethoven
Carlos Kalmar; Jennifer Johnston

MadridTurnage, Korngold, Elgar

Turnage, Korngold, Elgar
Louisiana Boathouse Ensemble; Andreas Haefliger

New York CityNew Music

Rihm, Tower, Turnage
Calidore String Quartet; Peter Kolkay
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The Silver Tassie makes a triumphant return

Ashley Riches and Louise Alder © BBC | Jamie Simonds
Mark-Anthony Turnage's First World War opera both moves and dazzles at the Barbican.
*****
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Lullabies and dreams from Connolly and Middleton

Dame Sarah Connolly © Jan Capinski
The perfect invitation to daydream on a hot afternoon. 
*****
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Entertaining but not entrancing: Turnage's Coraline

Mary Bevan (Coraline), Kitty Whatey (Other Mother) and Ghost Children © ROH | Stephen Cummiskey
Mark-Anthony Turnage's take on Neil Gaiman's classic young adult novella is well sung and well staged, without quite reaching peak intensity.
***11
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Scottish Opera’s Greek: a lively update on Oedipus

Allison Cook and Alex Otterburn © Jane Hobson
Alex Otterburn as East End Eddy gives a towering performance in Scottish Opera’s revival of its Edinburgh Festival production of Mark Anthony Turnage’s Greek.
****1
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Devastation and exuberance: Brussels Phil

Stéphane Denève © Uwe Ditz
An enterprising programme combined a striking WWI commemoration from Mark-Anthony Turnage with sumptuous ballet suites from Prokofiev and Ravel, with Nikolaj Znaider rhapsodic in Bruch.
****1
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