Associate Composer with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Martin Suckling was born in Glasgow in 1981. He has been commissioned by many leading orchestras and ensembles including the London Symphony Orchestra, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, London Sinfonietta, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, and BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Recent works have explored micro-tonality from a broadly post-spectral perspective with a focus on melody and directness of expression.’
Alongside broadcasts on BBC Radio 3, members of the European Broadcasting Union, and Resonance FM, Suckling’s music has featured on a number of highly-acclaimed CDs from the Aronowitz Ensemble (Sonimage), London Sinfonietta (LS) and London Symphony Orchestra (LSO Live).
Martin is currently working on a clarinet trio for Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Jean-Guihen Queyras, and Mark Simpson, commissioned by the Aldeburgh Festival for performance in June 2015.
11 January 2018Post Mementos
- News Item Performances across continents for Martin Suckling
12 October 2017News Item BBC Radio 3 / Wellcome Collection festival features Martin Suckling premiere
- Post All alone in the moonlight
2 February 2017News Item Piano Concerto shortlisted for SAfNM honour
30 August 2016News Item US Premiere for Martin Suckling’s Visiones
19 February 2016Post Lost in Translation: a miscellany
1 November 2015Post On White (seven fragments after Edmund de Waal)
11 June 2015News Item Martin Suckling’s Visiones at Aldeburgh Festival
26 February 2015News Item Beautiful new score from Faber Music marks Scottish premiere of Suckling’s acclaimed Candlebird