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New Bintley/Hindson ballet 'A Comedy of Errors' to launch in Sarasota

Matthew Hindson and Sir David Bintley to collaborate on a new full-evening work, A Comedy of Errors, for Sarasota Ballet

Goldner String Quartet mark 25th anniversary season with performances of Sculthorpe and Hindson

Several works by Peter Sculthorpe and Matthew Hindson are to feature in the Goldner Striing Quartet's 25th anniversary season

New Release: Martin Suckling orchestral disc released

new orchestral work features on portrait disc from NMC

Visceral and poignant: Hindson's violin concerto Maralinga released on BIS

Matthew Hindson's violin concerto Maralinga has been released by Amalia Hall with United Strings of Europe on BIS Records

Hindson orchestral lullaby opens Canberra Symphony season

Matthew Hindson's The stars above us all launches Canberra Symphony Orchestra's return to live concerts

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

Amy Dickson debuts Matthew Hindson's saxophone concerto

Amy Dickson premieres Matthew Hindson's new Soprano Saxophone Concerto in Tasmania

Ray Chen premieres Matthew Hindson's Violin Sonata ‘Dark Matter'

Virtuoso violinist Ray Chen has launched a Matthew Hindson's new Violin Sonata, part of an Australian national tour

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

Matthew Hindson's 'Faster' receives performances in Melbourne and Sydney

The Australian Ballet have given the Australian premiere of Matthew Hindson's and David Bintley's 'Faster', with a run of performances in Melbourne and Sydney.

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

Claire Edwardes and Australian String Quartet tour Matthew Hindson’s new String Quartet No. 4

' Destined to become a classic of the genre' - Matthew Hindson's String Quartet No 4 premiered by Claire Edwardes and Australian String Quartet

The Sound of White - Martin Suckling's Psalm

A new work for harp and three spatialised ensembles premieres in London.

'Warm optimism and joyous abandon'. Hindson’s 3rd quartet premieres in Adelaide's newest concert venue

Matthew Hindson's String Quartet No 3: Ngeringa commemorates the opening of The Ngeringa Arts Cultural Centre.

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.

Acclaim for Matthew Hindson's 'E=mc2', on Birmingham Royal Ballet tour of UK

Matthew Hindson’s one-act ballet 'E=mc2' has been widely praised following performances by Birmingham Royal Ballet on their UK tour earlier this month

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).

World Premiere of Matthew Hindson's String Quartet No 2

‘…packed with ideas which hatch and morph at dizzying rates…', acclaim for Matthew Hindson's Musica Viva-commissioned Sting Quartet No2 performed by the Elias String Quartet

Critics unanimous in praise for 'Candlebird'

Martin Suckling's stunning new song-cycle for Baritone and ensemble, 'Candlebird,' bursts onto the scene.