Alison is now also a Vandoren Artist
Alison is proud to announce that her work is now supported by leading mouthpiece and reed makers, Vandoren.

Fun in Hampshire
Alison inspires the young clarinettists in Hampshire at the Clarinet and Saxophone Festival.

Alison at Wales Millennium Centre
Alison’s performances are streamed live – catch up here

Happy Valentine's Day
Distant Shores is available on iTunes at a special discounted price

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Music on the London Underground

Alison is so proud to announce that her new company, Atmosphaera Sounds, has been working alongside Transport for London and their current music providers, I Like Music and as a result Alison has written the music for the London Underground for the 2012 Olympic Games.

Alison's latest album, Distant Shores, is now available online at Distant Shores - Alison Turriff and Amazon

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Alison's music available on iTunes and Amazon
You can download Alison's tracks on iTunes Itamar Freilach - Single - Alison Turriff
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"The Sky Project"
Alison is proud to announce that she has been made a patron of the Scottish charity for young people, The Sky Project. This is a fantastic project to help the young people in the area of Shortlees, Kilmarnock to achieve their full potential and follow their dreams.

"The Greatest Clarinettists"
Alison will be included in the forthcoming volume of the New Complete Method for Clarinet by Italian clarinettist, Gianluca Campagnolo which will also include a short section on her clarinet related views and influences.

Alison in Paris
Alison will be continuing her studies in Paris in the class of renowned French clarinettist, Philippe Cuper and gratefully acknowledges the financial help affoarded to her from the Sir James Caird Travelling Scholarship.

Alison completes her Master's and is awarded a distinction in all areas!

Wigmore Hall performance wins scholarship
Alison recently won a Sir James Caird Travelling Scholarship as a result of her performance at the Wigmore Hall where she performed a range of French and contemporary works.

Alison wins the Harold Clarke Woodwind Competition!
After a very eventful performance with some unexpected fireworks, Alison was very proud to be awarded the Harold Clarke Prize for Woodwind by flautist Julian Coward as a result of her performances of Eugene Bozza's Bucolique and Nikola Resanovic's Alt.Music.Ballistix.

Finalist in the Harold Clarke Woodwind Competition
Despite strong competition, Alison has been sent to the final of the Trinity College of Music, Harold Clarke Competition for Woodwind.

Nyos Staffa Award Nomination
Alison was very fortunate to have been nominated by the principal of Trinity College of Music to represent the college in the prestigious Nyos Staffa award competition. This award requires all of the conservatories in UK to nominate two of their highest level students to compete for this prestigious award.

A performance for Tarnopolski
Alison will give a performance with Alisa Liubarskaya and Cristina Maria Buga of Vladimir Tarnopolski's Echoes of a Passing Day for clarinet, cello and piano in the presence of the composer to celebrate his most recent trip to London.

L'Amour de Loin in France
Alison will work with leading Finnish composer, Kaija Saariaho and conductor Jan Latham Koenig in their latest collaboration which brings a performance of the contemporary opera L'Amour de Loin to La Comedie de Clermont Ferrand, France in December.

UK premier of Tansman's Clarinet Concerto
Alison is excited to be giving the UK premier of Aleksander Tansman's Clarinet Concerto with the Alvarez Chamber Orchestra at St John's Smith Square, London.

A performance with Zygmunt Krauze!
Alison has been invited to perform with legendary Polish composer and pianist, Zygmunt Krauze at a 70th birthday concert for him. They will be performing his Quatour pour le Naissance at St John Smith's Square, London in November 2008.

Alison to perform at Glasgow University's Recital Series
As a result of her multiple wins in Glasgow earlier in the year, Alison has been invited to perform a recital at the Glasgow University Recital Series in October with Claire Haslin.

The "most outstanding performance" of the competition
Alison returned to Glasgow performing her program from the previous 20th Century heat at the Glasgow Music Festival and was awarded the Allie Cullen Memorial Prize in addition to the John Fyfe Trophy, for the most outstanding performance at this year's festival.

Alison is a multiple winner at the 2008 Glasgow Music Festival!
During a very busy day with stiff competition, Alison wins first place in the Sonata and 20th Century heats at the Glasgow Music Festival resulting in her progression to a Premiere Wind and Brass round where she also gained first place. Onto the grand finale!

Alison records for Naxos!
Alison participates in a recording of three wind symphonies by the Armenian/American composer Alan Hovhaness (1911-2002). The recording was made in Blackheath Halls, London and will be released by the world's leading classical music label, Naxos!