Events

Some things that have been said about my:

Music

“...we heard four more songs to be leaved into the Glasgow Liederbuch, and four beauties, too, from... Timothy Cooper... demonstrating an impressive understanding of the need to allow space in a song for the voice to speak, sometimes unsupported by the piano; fine performances, too, by singers and pianists.”
Michael Tumelty for the Herald, May 6th 2011, part of a 4 star review for the Plug Festival

Recordings

“I have had the pleasure of using Tim Cooper as my recording engineer for the last 3 years. Sessions have ranged from audition and competition submissions to CD quality recordings in both studio venues and specific locations. Tim has a great ear for acoustics and is incredibly accurate when it comes to modifying the sound of a room to fit your exact recording needs. He also has a huge talent for producing whether at the recording or editing stages. Always a pleasure and ease to work with I would recommend Tim to any artist looking to make a professional level recording.”
Tom Poulson, freelance trumpet player

Sound Engineering

North-Side Mark O'Keeffe closed this excellent show with Harvey's stunning 1985 Ricercare una Melodia. North-facing Timothy Cooper manipulated the virtuosic trumpet playing into a dazzling 5-part Ricercare.
Alan Coady on Bachtrack, part of a 4 star review for a Red Note Ensemble concert at the Lammermuir Festival.