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Clarinetist Jonathan Sage’s masterful interpretation [of Steve Reich's New York Counterpoint] suitably highlights that lyrical side in the opening bars, before proceeding merrily on through the repetitive, music-box perkiness of the work

Paddy Kehoe, RTÉ

Jonathan Sage was an agile but intimate soloist in the Mozart. For all his twinkling fingerwork, it was the Adagio – taken very slowly – that truly impressed, the pianissimo return of the theme breathtaking

Martin Dreyer, York Press

“Benedict Schlepper-Connolly composed this most interesting piece [Another Country] I found myself listening to the track time after time.  Excellent!  In every track Jonathan’s playing is excellent (and stamina extraordinary).”

Kenneth Morris, Clarinet & Saxophone Magazine

N E W S
Strange Machines CD launched:

My new CD, Strange Machines, has been launched this spring, featuring solo clarinet works by Berio, Saariaho, Elliott Carter and Neil Tòmas Smith.  Also on the disc are two new pieces for basset clarinet and percussion by Martin Scheuregger and Christopher Leedham, featuring the incomparable Delia Stevens

Strange Machines was produced by Dark Inventions and generously supported by the Hope Scott Trust, the Hinrichsen Foundation and PRSF.

To purchase a copy of Strange Machines, click here

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