30 May 2016
A new composer house for WA: Andrew Batt-Rawden the first resident
Sydney composer Andrew Batt-Rawden has been announced as the inaugural Feilman Foundation Composer in Residence at the National Trust of Australia (WA)'s property Gallop House in Perth, Western Australia.
The new composer house is a heritage-listed building, built in the 1870s. Batt-Rawden's planned composition activities at Gallop House include a collaboration and performance with the Australian Art Quartet and visual artist Wendy Sharpe; the release of the album Coming of Age; as well as events and guest lectures.
Batt-Rawden will be resident in the newly refurbished two-storey house from 1 July. The House will be opened to the public on Sunday 19 June. Details of the residency program and the application process are yet to be announced.
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