Press

Conversation with Siobhan Davies and Michael Stanley

By: Various Authors | October 2011

Conversation at Wolfson College

From Mark Rowan-Hull on Vimeo.

Conversation at Wolfson College in October 2011 about Siobhan Davies’s work with Visual Art and the Correspondences between the arts in Galleries and creatively.

A Moment in Time

By: Optic Nerve | 2008

Optic Nerve

Correspondence

By: Alyson Holbyn | 6/6/2010

London Jazz

(Mark Rowan-Hull and the Amit Chaudhuri Band, North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford, June 4th 2010, review by Alison Hoblyn)

On Friday, the increasingly innovative North Wall Arts Centre in Oxford hosted two performers who have… Read On »

Music and Image

By: Nick Utechin | June 3rd, 2010

Oxford Times

The Begbroke studio of abstract artist Mark Rowan-Hull has a lived-in feel. There are shelves of CDs (mostly jazz), a bed doubling as a sofa, a table covered in eight-inch square vivid paintings on card… Read On »

Fenetre Sur l’Orchestre

By: Laurent Vilarem | 28/09/10

Le Festival au Quotiden

Verbier Festival au quotation [pdf] en français

Dans le cadre de Fenêtre sur l’Orchestre, ces concerts donnés par les membres des Orchestres à 23h à l’Eglise, nous vous présentons ce soir le peintre Mark Rowan- Hull, doté d’un curieux don: la synesthésie:… Read On »

How Olivier Messiaen heard in colour

By: Geoffrey Brown | 25/01/08

Times newspaper

Reposted from www.timesonline.co.uk

With most contemporary composers, the last thing you notice about them is what they wear. No one, I hope, is ever going to build a doctoral thesis round George Benjamin’s Hush… Read On »

BBC Private Passions

By: Michael Berkeley | July 6, 2007

BBC Radio 3. Observer newspaper

Listen to Interview as MP3

Seeing Music, Hearing Colour

By: Dr. Janet McKenzie | June, 2006

Studio International (Print and Online)

In a lecture, which preceded the concert of Dvorak and Mozart at the Jacqueline Du Pre Music Building in Oxford on 30 April this year, Rowan-Hull revealed his long-standing interest in the relationship between the… Read On »