"Composition was as essential to Geraldine Mucha as breathing"
Tom Service, BBC Radio 3
Listen to the full programme here, featuring interviews with pianist Patricia Goodson, Mucha Foundation director John Mucha, and archive team member Chris Vinz
"...A significant British composer largely forgotten in her homeland"
John Mitchell, Peter Warlock Society
“Tippett’s string-writing, a mid-twentieth-century, East European open-ended angular lyricism and Bartók’s rhythmic bite – all hover round the edges, but all the works in this concert programme were marked by an open-air, impressionist quality… Mucha’s music has been a major discovery for me, and I look forward to the next thrilling instalment.”
Peter Reed, Classical Source
“[Macbeth & Other Orchestral Works] is full of magus-like sonorities, lyrical themes, saucy wind arabesques and couched in rich, aromatic romanticism… it’s a testament to Mucha’s skill that those interested in her life and milieu should be eager to acquaint themselves with her ingenious scores.”
Jonathan Woolf, Musicweb International
“Geraldine Mucha is a many-sided and expressive composer. Her music is full of feeling and colour…”
Andreas Sebastian Weiser, Music Director of the State Opera, Prague