Jeremy Thurlow – composer
The CD of your recent works gave me great pleasure. I’ve listened to them repeatedly and find them extremely seductive. I loved their real freshness, lightness, and innovative élan. – Henri Dutilleux
George Butterworth Award
” … Jeremy Thurlow demonstrated real mettle in his piece The Will of the Tones. Single notes and quiet resonances gradually built into a surging, shivering mass, spiced with delicious harmonic jolts. All very satisfying, and meat and drink for [Rolf] Hind’s fingers. …”
” [ JT’s ] piece A Sudden Cartography of Song brought in a welcome breath of wit, life and fresh air. It had a musing text [by Alistair Appleton] about all sorts of things – memory, nostalgia, how a baby learns, the private world of the deaf community. Jeremy Thurlow’s music – sung with lovely purity of tone – was as quirky and tenderly affecting as the texts.”
Ivan Hewett, Daily Telegraph.
Images: Rose, by Paul Klee; CCD in Properties of Light – photo by Claude Schneider.