- What’s On
Tony Barrell is a freelance journalist who writes for The Sunday Times, Traditional Homes magazine, The Idler, The Architects Journal, The Times and of course Cornucopia, where he is associate editor. His first book is a collection of interviews with rock band drummers Born to Drum, The Truth About the World’s Greatest Drummers (HarperCollins).
An ambitious new work of classical music – based on Howard Blake’s enchanting score for ‘The Snowman’ – has just received its world premiere. This concert is just one of many achievements by Talent Unlimited, a Turkish charity that gives budding young virtuosi a helping hand. Tony Barrell tells the story. Photographs: Monica Fritz
Ayşe Deniz Gökçin’s musical creations combine the rock-star appeal of Franz Liszt and the psychedelic/progressive brilliance of the band Pink Floyd. Tony Barrell found this prodigiously talented young pianist a force to be reckoned with. Photograph by Charles Hopkinson
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