·  Pianist & song accompanist ·

Photo: Ruth Atkinson Photography
Photo: Ruth Atkinson Photography


'The common denominator in all of this was the pianist Ian Tindale, as secure and characterful in the baroque flourishes of Boyhood’s End’s piano writing as in the austere spareness of the Shostakovich cycle or Britten’s more obviously virtuosic accompaniments.' 

Andrew Clements, The Guardian 


'[the] wonderfully responsive and assured pianist Ian Tindale.'

'Ian Tindale again coped brilliantly with the elaborate piano parts'

Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph (paywall)


'Tippett's settings are lush and cascading with notes, especially the piano parts 

(expertly delivered here, as were Britten's, by Ian Tindale'

Richard Morrison, The Times (paywall)


'Pianist Ian Tindale glitters and skitters through the piano’s virtuosic, perhaps overly complex, elaborations.'

'Tindale is an articulate and sensitive partner.' 

Claire Seymour, Opera Today