Tim Howell specializes in the analysis of new music, especially from Finland. An internationally recognized authority on the music of Sibelius, his research has now broadened to encompass contemporary Finnish music as reflected in two major publications: After Sibelius: Studies in Finnish Music (Ashgate, 2006) which combines elements of composer biography and detailed analysis within the broader context of cultural and national identity; and Kaija Saariaho: Visions, Narratives, Dialogues (Ashgate, September 2011) for which he was the main editor, and contributed a chapter on Saariaho’s concertos. He has recently devised, compiled and edited a volume of Contemporary Music Review, ‘Musical Narratives: Studies in Time & Motion’, (December, 2014) contributing an article on Magnus Lindberg’s recent orchestral music.
Linkshttp://www.york.ac.uk/music/staff/academic/tim-howell Browse Tim Howell's research on the York Research Database
24 March 2016News Item From Score to Sound programme announced
26 February 2015News Item Tim Howell edits latest issue of Contemporary Music Review