21 February 2012
ANAM's Australian Voices series: profile concerts of 8 composers
The Australian National Academy of Music continues its impressive Australian Voices concert series in 2012. There will be eight composer profile concerts at the Melbourne Recital Centre, with music by Nigel Westlake (13 March), George F Boyle (3 April), Liza Lim (8 May), Gerard Brophy (12 June), James Ledger (14 August), Paul Stanhope (13 September), Andrew Schultz (16 October) and Miriam Hyde (14 November).
Each concert will be curated by a fellow musician - curators include Marshall McGuire, Lisa Moore and Matthew Hindson. The first Australian Voices series in 2011 included concerts with music by Roger Smalley, Richard Mills, Richard Meale, Peggy Glanville-Hicks, Margaret Sutherland, Don Banks, Brett Dean and Arthur Benjamin.
For more details, please follow the AMC Calendar links below.
Event details (AMC Calendar)
Nigel Westlake, curated by Matthew Hoy (13 March at 6pm)
George F. Boyle, curated by Timothy Young (3 April at 6pm)
Liza Lim, curated by Marshall McGuire (8 May at 6pm)
Gerard Brophy, curated by Lisa Moore (12 June at 6pm)
James Ledger, curated by Paul Dean (14 August at 6pm)
Paul Stanhope, curated by Matthew Hindson (13 September at 6pm)
Andrew Schultz, curated by Stephen Emmerson (16 October at 6pm)
Miriam Hyde, curated by William Hennessy (14 November at 6pm)|
All Australian Voices concerts will take place at the Salon, Melbourne Recital Centre.
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