You can write Typescript like Java. You can also write it (almost) like Clojure. It's really very flexible, but without most of the insanity that flexibility causes in normal JS.
I would be surprised (without golfing of course) if typescript can match clojure's conciseness.
There's not a big difference in concisesness or readability between Clojure threading macros and JS promise chaining, for example:
(-> (do x)
Of course, the Clojure version is more flexible, and the ability to define DSLs very simply allows for further conciseness, but that's all beside the point. My point is just that Typescript can be written very concisely or very verbosely, depending on your own coding style.