Benjamin, Suckling, Anderson and Knussen at 2024 Festival Aspects des Musiques d’Aujourd’hui
42nd edition of festival from Conservatoire & Orchestre de Caen makes Benjamin focus, alongside world and national premieres from Martin Suckling
Black Fell: an online interactive digital opera from Martin Suckling & Frances Leviston
The story in song, which sees listener navigate narrative environment in sound, launches on 3 November
Aurora Orchestra premiere Suckling’s The Wolf, the Duck and the Mouse
Story by Barnett and Klassen adapted for orchestra and narrator performed at Southbank Centre
Nonclassical presents Martin Suckling’s Nocturne in London
Duet for violin and cello performed by Gemma Bass and Peggy Nolan
Martin Suckling: The Tuning, chamber portrait released on Delphian
New disc of Suckling's music released in January featuring Marta Fontanals-Simmons, Christopher Glynn and Aurora Orchestra.
Tamara Stefanovich to premiere Martin Suckling etude
Etude: ‘Orrery’ will be premiered at the Luxembourg Philharmonie in January 2022
New Release: Martin Suckling orchestral disc released
new orchestral work features on portrait disc from NMC
This Departing Landscape: a new orchestral work from Martin Suckling
Suckling's ambitious 20-minute work was unveiled on Radio 3
Repertoire focus: Orchestral Openers
Works by Anne Boyd, Tansy Davies, Jonathan Harvey and more
Suckling songs unlock the magic of Donaghy
The Tuning was premiered by Marta Fontanals-Simmons and Christopher Glynn at the Oxford Lieder Festival
BBC Philharmonic commission for Martin Suckling
A substantial new 20-minute work to be premiered in 2020
A moving elegy: SCO premiere Suckling's Meditation
Armistice Centenary commemorated in new work for chamber orchestra and electronics
Martin Suckling writes works for SCO and BBC Philharmonic
Meditation (after Donne) marks the end of Suckling’s time as Associate Composer with the SCO
Martin Suckling writes string quintet for Aurora
The work will showcase Aurora’s two new Principal Cellists, Torun Sæter Stavseng and Sébastien Van Kuijk
Suckling flute concerto a ‘sonic feast’
A work of great subtlety and delicacy, The White Road (after Edmund de Waal) received a rapturous reception at its premiere in February
The Sound of White - Martin Suckling's Psalm
A new work for harp and three spatialised ensembles premieres in London.
Martin Suckling on his clarinet trio Visiones (after Goya)
Ahead of his new trio's premiere at the 2015 Aldeburgh Festival, Martin Suckling talks about its genesis.
Complete set of Suckling’s ‘Postcards’ performed at Wigmore Hall
The reaction to Martin Suckling’s ‘musical postcards’ (now renamed Short Stories) has been extraordinary (see below).
Critics unanimous in praise for 'Candlebird'
Martin Suckling's stunning new song-cycle for Baritone and ensemble, 'Candlebird,' bursts onto the scene.