“Accompanist Paul Turner was superlative in every way – wonderfully sensitive, with a very wide tonal palette”
(Oxford Mail)

“…subtle and alluring pianism – the latter fully evident in a luminous reading of Debussy’s Clair de lune”
(Richard Whitehouse, St Johns Smith Square)

“…a rewarding recital, in which Turner demonstrated skill and discernment both as a pianist and as a programme planner. And, in placing Duparc’s often elusive songs within an informed and thought-provoking context, the present concert more than fulfilled its purpose…in this enterprising and very welcome series.”
(Classical Source)

“…thoroughly enchanting performances and beautifully recorded.”
(Classic fm magazine – Flute Fantasies)

“Turner…impressed with a spectacular performance, demonstrating his astonishing abilities as an accompanist”
(Surrey Advertiser)

“…superbly partnered by Paul Turner’s sensitive and alert accompaniments…that sixth sense of timing which is the true accompanist’s particular gift”
(Eastern Daily Press)

“…the considerable talent of Paul Turner, who proved an excellent and sympathetic accompanist”
(Newbury Festival)

“…most enthusiastic…lively accompanist…”
(Financial Times – Wigmore Hall)

“Mr. Turner’s immense technique and superb judgement embellished the proceedings no end”
(Yorkshire Post – Wigmore Hall)

“Her piano accompanist was Paul Turner who was warmly applauded for his assured and subtle playing that complemented so skilfully (her) performance.”
(Shaldon Festival June 2014)

“Sarah Markham’s sound… is the definition of excellence, and her technique… is superb. As a performing duo, Sarah Markham and Paul Turner are incredible… the true magic is the way these two musicians work together to present the music… an outstanding musical experience for everyone to enjoy”
(Saxophone Journal)

“All through the amazingly varied programme the impressive virtuosity and musicality of the pianist was greatly appreciated by the audience”
(Paul Harvey, Purcell Room June 2011)

“A wise and sensitive pianist”
(Gower Festival 2009)

“Turner obviously enjoyed the challenges of this virtuosic score and threw off the difficulties with aplomb”
(Bob Briggs, Wigmore Hall)

“She (Caroline Dale) was most ably partnered, never accompanied as this was a true duo partnership, by some fine playing from Paul Turner”
(Seen and Heard, Wigmore Hall)

“…a masterly performance of this epic work…throughout both artists were in complete accord, in a performance to remember”
(Die schöne Müllerin, Harrogate Festival)

“For his part, Turner offered accompaniment of a high order …intricate piano writing rendered with exemplary clarity and poise”
(Richard Whitehouse – St. Johns Smith Square)

“This is one of the most enjoyable flute recital discs I have heard in recent years. She is partnered by Paul Turner, one of this country’s most able and experienced accompanists, and their combined musicianship and obvious rapport result in some very fine playing indeed.”

“Just wonderful and so very uplifting. It calmed my busy day. A very special man who speaks with his hands!”
(Sheila Harrod, Patron of the Old Town Festival)

“…a relaxed and warm personality.”
(Pan Magazine – Wigmore Hall)