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Clarion Seven Muses - Timothy Henty

Timothy Henty


 

Reviews for Timothy Henty

Timothy Henty

ROYAL NORTHERN SINFONIA
Let It Snow with Claire Martin/Sage One, Gateshead
They used to refer to Sir Malcolm Sargent as ‘Flash Harry’. Meet the new and flashier Harry. Henty conducts the orchestra with the fervour of Mourinho on the touchline appealing a penalty decision. It works, I doubt if even John Wilson could have got more from the augmented Sinfonia. Christmas songs, Ella songs, there wasn’t a dull moment… Claire Martin tops the vocal charts for me.
(Lance Liddle writing for Bebop Spoken Here, December 2016)

NEDERLANDSE REISOPERA
Madama Butterfly/Het Gelders Orkest & Het Sinfonieorkest
* * * * Not to be missed, this Butterfly... In the pit, Timothy Henty drew warm blooded playing from both the strings and the winds of Het Gelders Orkest.
(Mischa Spel, NRC Handelsblad, September 2015)

* * * * Orchestral musicians from Het Gelders Orkest and Het Sinfonieorkest play clearly and with colour under the direction of Timothy Henty.
(Thiemo Wind, De Telegraaf, September 2015)

THEATRE DE CAEN
The Pirates of Penzance/Orchestre Philharmonique de Luxembourg
The Pirates of Penzance is a triumph of entertainment by virtue of its originality and its sensitivity, fully conveyed in the fast-paced but nuanced interpretation of the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, conducted by Englishman Timothy Henty. It is a work which brings together a number of irresistible forces - jaunty humour, very engaging female choruses, melodious and bouncy music, humanity in its characters…. Its stunning success is perhaps due to an exceptional ensemble spirit - lively and fun, but also seriously committed.
(ANACLASE, 25 October 2015)

Musically, the production is full of good things and all the participants are worthy of praise. As for the Philharmonique du Luxembourg, they constitute a luxury to which Sullivan is not always entitled! The conductor [Timothy Henty] maintains a lightness of touch while paying close attention to the details of the orchestration.
(Olivier Marilee, RESMUSICA, October 2015)

DORSET OPERA FESTIVAL
L’Elisir d’amore by Donizetti/Coade Hall/Bryanston School
The conductor Timothy Henty and his Dorset Opera Orchestra were completely in tune with Donizetti's brio.
(OPERA MAGAZINE, October 2015)

Dorset Opera Festival's production of Donizetti's L'Elisir d'amore was a triumph. From the first bars of the overture, conducted by Timothy Henty this was an afternoon at the opera to be cherished.
(FINE TIMES RECORDER, July 2015)

The Glory of Christmas, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall * * * *
As an old veteran of Raymond Gubbay's Christmas concert series in Glasgow, I'd suggest that Tuesday night's concert was actually one of the best I've experienced.The Scottish Concert Orchestra was a very good band indeed. Conductor was Timothy Henty who didn’t push himself to the front, stayed in touch with the audience and never hindered the band. He delivered the programme well. The concert was a great mix, with some classy stuff and superior playing and singing.
(Michael Tumelty writing in The Herald, 24th December 2014)

BALLETT BASEL
Die Liebe Kann Tanzen/Sinfonieorchester Basel/Theater Basel
Much applause for the atmospheric playing of the Sinfonieorchester Basel under the direction of Timothy Henty.
(Jenny Berg, TAGESWOCHE, December 2014)

[Choreographer] Stephan Thoss is known for his fine musical ear that has twisted all these pieces together, like that of Timothy Henty, who, with the utmost delicacy, guided pianist Christina Bauer and the Sinfonieorchester Basel through the evening.
(Bettina Schulte, BADISCHE ZEITUNG, December 2014)

The Sinfonieorchester Basel contribute significantly to the evening under the direction of Timothy Henty, and the merging of stage action and orchestra pit turns out perfectly!
(Michael Hug, DER NEUE MERKER, December 2014)

ORCHESTRA NORTH EAST
Brahms' Fourth Symphony
. . . a full-blooded account. From the lilting opening movement to its rhythmic climax, Henty conveyed the sweep of the vast canvas in broad brush strokes, while revealing tantalising inner details. The orchestra was in fine form, hurling itself into the task at hand. It was an account that would rank with finest.
(THE NORTHERN ECHO, October 2014)

JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
From the moment guest conductor Timothy Henty strode purposefully to the rostrum, the musical (and atmospheric) temperature began to soar.
(JERSEY EVENING POST, August 2014)

ORCHESTRA NORTH EAST
Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique/Durham Cathedral
The vast acoustic space of Durham Cathedral was emblazoned with a riot of musical colour when Orchestra North East appeared under the baton of Timothy Henty. Hector Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique was a tour de force with Henty exploiting the enlarged orchestral forces to full effect.
(THE NORTHERN ECHO June 2014)

BALLETT BASEL
Snow White/Sinfonieorchester Basel/Teater Basel
Musically, the performance is by the Sinfonieorchester Basel, conducted by Timothy Henty. We do not just listen to background music, but Shostakovich at its finest - ripe for the concert hall. Loving, impressive, sophisticated and full-tempered music making here. The communication between the orchestra pit and the stage works perfectly - the dancers give of themselves with pleasure and are able to present their full ability unhindered. Long-lasting, thunderous applause.
(Michael Hug DER NEUE MERKER Dec. 2013)

. . . an incredible level of music-making.
(Annette Hoffmann BADISCHE ZEITUNG, Dec. 2013)

The music of Dimitri Shostakovich is given a taut and vivacious interpretation under the direction of Timothy Henty by the Sinfonieorchester Basel.
(Martina Wohlthat NEUE ZÜRCHER ZEITUNG, Dec. 2013)

JUBILEE OPERA
Hip-Hip! Horatio by Michael Hurd/Jubilee Hall, Aldeburgh
Jubilee Opera's Hip-Hip! Horatio was out of this world. The arrangement, for a small orchestra by conductor Timothy Henty, seemed to yield every sonority under the sun. The ensemble was first-rate, but more than that: Henty's lucid instrumentation revealed Hurd's music as far cleverer than one imagined.
(OPERA, January 2013)

How brilliantly these cheerfully irreverent works translate to the stage, given (as here) a suitably precocious cast, plus captivating design. An intelligent orchestration for small forces was supplied, with much flair, by Jubilee's enabling conductor Timothy Henty, who with just five players elicited subtle combinations worthy of a full orchestra.
(CHURCH TIMES, December 2012)

INTERNATIONAL GILBERT & SULLIVAN FESTIVAL
HMS Pinafore/National Festival Orchestra
Under conductor Timothy Henty, musical standards are high. It's a joy to hear Gilbert's words and Sullivan's music in an ideal theatre.
(Hugh Canning, SUNDAY TIMES, August 2012)

The Mikado/National Festival Orchestra
The Mikado represents the apogee of Gilbert & Sullivan’s partnership and when it is presented with zip and polish, as it is here, it sheds all vestiges of Victorian pomposity to emerge as the masterpiece it is. The production delights in the way it keeps the action moving aided and abetted by conductor Timothy Henty and the National Festival Orchestra.
(DAILY MAIL, August 2012)

. . . a rousing production of The Mikado. The National Festival Orchestra, conducted by Timothy Henty, was excellent and this all added up to a thoroughly entertaining and deliciously over-the-top evening.
(DAILY EXPRESS, August 2012)

OPERA NORTH
Ruddigore/Festival Theatre Edinburgh & Lyceum Theatre Sheffield
Conductor Timothy Henty held stage and pit together unfailingly and was ever alert to the finer details of Sullivan’s score. The Northern Sinfonia responded to his direction with playing of highest quality from the start.
(EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS, June 2012)

The orchestra is also splendid under the baton of young Timothy Henty, who's obviously having a whale of a time himself as he sways large to the rhythm.
(MATURE TIMES, June 2012)

Conductor Timothy Henty delivered finely-tuned playing from the Northern Sinfonia throughout.
(THE SCOTSMAN, June 2012)

The orchestra, under Timothy Henty, plays sublimely.
(PUBLIC REVIEWS, June 2012)

SCOTTISH BALLET
Sleeping Beauty/Eden Court Theatre Inverness
If the production is a feast for the eyes, the ears are not short-changed either, conductor Timothy Henty and his orchestra deservedly getting as rapturous applause as any of the dancers for their splendid live playing of Tchaikovsky’s lush score.
(INVERNESS COURIER, Jan. 2012)

OPERA NORTH
Ruddigore/The Lowry Salford
Conductor Timothy Henty is young, and talented, and brilliant - he has a genuine enthusiasm for this opera that is infectious, and NO-ONE can resist a conductor who is visibly enjoying himself throughout the performance.
(thingstodoinmanchester.blogspot.com)

For the two performances at The Lowry, Timothy Henty took over the baton. His management of the beat and sensitivity to his singers in The Lowry’s challenging acoustic were exemplary, with his rending of the overture a particular joy.
(SEEN & HEARD INTERNATIONAL, Nov. 2011)

INTERNATIONAL GILBERT & SULLIVAN FESTIVAL
The Pirates of Penzance/National Festival Orchestra
Conductor Timothy Henty takes a chamber-like approach to the score and draws detailed, lightly sprung playing from the first-rate National Festival Orchestra.
SHEFFIELD TELEGRAPH, Aug. 2011)

Perfect Pirates on Peak Form

Outstanding - and very funny. The excellent National Festival Orchestra is trimly conducted by Timothy Henty.
DAILY MAIL, Aug. 2011)

This new production . . . should not be missed . . . throughout, the musicality and clear diction was superb . . . an outstanding production.
MUSICWEB INTERNATIONAL Aug. 2011)

RTE CONCERT ORCHESTRA DUBLIN
Gilbert & Sullivan Gala/National Concert Hall
The musical strengths of this concert were considerable and much of that depended on the playing of the RTÉ Concert Orchestra and the conducting of Timothy Henty . . . an evident master of this repertoire.
THE IRISH TIMES, Jan. 2010)

INTERNATIONAL GILBERT & SULLIVAN FESTIVAL
Trial by Jury/H.M.S. Pinafore
Conductor Timothy Henty directs a first rate band with a light touch.* * *
(YORKSHIRE POST, Aug. 2009)

FLORODORA
Finborough Theatre Production
Conductor Timothy Henty presides over the music with a real sense of brio.
(THE STAGE, Jan. 2006)

. . .The Piece – musically directed by Timothy Henty, could hardly be better done.
(THE GUARDIAN, Jan. 2006)

THESPIS
London Kensington Sinfonia/Normansfield Theatre
Henty’s sprightly conducting provided firm anchorage for a lively team of Savoyards.
(DAILY TELEGRAPH, March 2008)

With the London Kensington Sinfonia conducted by Timothy Henty, the result was a marvel of musical reconstruction.
(RICHMOND & TWICKENHAM TIMES, March 2008)

Sullivan's music sparkled merrily, played by an excellent pit band under Henty's vivacious baton.
OPERA, May 2008)

MATTHEW BOURNE'S NUTCRACKER!
Sadler's Wells Theatre
Not least of the evening’s pleasures is the orchestral playing in the pit under Timothy Henty, contributing fully to the show’s sense of ‘special occasion'.
(WHAT’S ON STAGE, Dec. 2007)

EDWARD SCISSORHANDS
Sadler's Wells Theatre
The entire ensemble takes its cues from Terry Davies’s score, a sparkling mélange of lounge-friendly instrumentals based on Danny Elfman’s original film music. Played live by members of the Royal Ballet Sinfonia under Timothy Henty’s baton, it sounds wonderful.
THE TIMES, Dec. 2008)

STOCKHAUSEN'S GRUPPEN AT BLACKHEATH CONCERT HALLS
Orchestras of the Royal College of Music, Royal Academy of Music, Trinity College of Music and Guildhall School of Music
To have brought off a performance of this supremely complex work a tenth as good as the one presided over by Timothy Henty would have justified the audacious enterprise. What we heard was a marvel . . . the most gripping, sheerly beautiful realisation of Gruppen that I’ve heard.
SUNDAY TIMES, May 2004)

Anyone who’s seen his performances will know what an exact, inspiring and vivid presence Tim is on the conducting podium.
(James Murphy, Guest Commentator for BBC Proms Live TV Broadcasts)