McEncroe's 4th Album release, "Dark Clouds In Life" has been reviewed at Review Graveyard. "It's a beautifully melancholic album that is one of the most impressive and moving classical albums I've heard of late. For me, this is what classical music is all about. It should touch your heart and permeate your spirit. I feel as though I'm spiritually a more enlightened person for simply experiencing such an incredible collection of work." -- Darren Rea Read the full review at Rev
Large-scale works for piano and orchestra tend to be fairly rare occurrences but Australian composer Mark John McEncroe has created a rather massive work that comes out of his own struggles of addiction and depression finding expression in Natalie’s Suite: Three Faces of Addiction. The album also includes a couple of solo piano works performed by Helen Kennedy, and a brief symphonic poem. To say that Natalie’s Suite is a massive work is an understatement. Each of the moveme
Imaginings.... A musical afternoon with John Martin John is a familiar musician to concert goers and listeners of Australia’s classical radio networks.
Enjoy an entertaining afternoon of music with this versatile and eclectic pianist. John will perform works by Sydney composer, Mark John McEncroe, local composer, Ann Carr-Boyd and several of his own compositions. 3:00 pm Saturday 20th May 2017 The Rose Music Room,
51F Sunninghill Avenue, Burradoo, NSW Adults $30.00 Concessi