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Review: Seen and Heard International

Joanna Marsh’s All Shall Be Well (‘Without love we may not live’) presents a contemporary slant on radiance, Marsh’s harmonies and textures bright – shining, even. Read More

Disk review: The Guardian

But the most successful piece in this collection is Joanna Marsh’s St Paul’s Service, which imaginatively pulls the harmonic idioms of 16th-century choral music….

Profile: Financial Times

With a cracking whip and a galloping rhythm…. orchestral piece uses another Dubai obsession — pure-blood Arabian horseracing — as an allegory for the race skywards.

BBC Proms Dubai: The Times

Marsh, the British composer who moved here ten years ago when her husband was appointed to run Dubai Airport, echoes that view…

Arabesques review: The Guardian

The piece….  likens a woman growing old to a dove “when her wings turn grey”. It’s a beautifully crafted piece, tender and wise, and confirms a major talent. More, please.

Review: The Arts Desk

The final number, Joanna Marsh’s, The World is Charged, offered a redemptive message through pastoral imagery. It had a hymn-like simplicity, enriched by a lush harmony and directness of expression. The music was solid and carefully wrought, the singing restrained and measured.

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Review: i News

Joanna Marsh’s Geocentric – a setting of Pattiann Rogers’ deliciously unpleasant poem about effluence, flatulence, dry-rot and mildew – touches a raucous new note.

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Review: Seen and Heard International

Marsh writes with a deliciously light touch.

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Review: Opera Today

I Fagiolini plunged unreservedly into the harmonious glories of Marsh’s setting, conjuring a sense of openness, wonder and humility.

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