The highlight for me... was the dazzling performance of Martin Suckling’s uncapitalised SCO commission, entitled storm, rose, tiger, an exhilarating essay in orchestral energy and colour, which, in its every needlepoint gesture, confirms the young Glaswegian as a major voices of his generation, an astounding orchestrator, and, with Sally Beamish, probably the most important figure in Scotland’s music since James MacMillan erupted on to the scene almost 25 years ago.
— Michael Tumelty