28 June 2012
ISCM World New Music Days 2012 - 2014: Australian works
The Australian ISCM Section's official submission for the ISCM World New Music Days 2014 in Wroclaw, Poland (3-12 October 2014) includes the following works: David Kotlowy: Kaki-Lima (gamelan ensemble); Andrea Keller: Affectations: Part III 'Angles' (improvising jazz ensemble); Kate Neal: Concave City (string ensemble and two cars/2 dancers); Jane Stanley: Pentimenti (piano duo); Dominik Karski: In Search of Certainty (string quartet); David Young: The Minotaur Trilogy (chamber opera). At least one work from each official submission will be performed during the festival. See also: festival website.
The final program for this year's ISCM World Music Days in Belgium (25-31 October 2012) includes four Australian works. Agnus Dei for mixed choir by Clare Maclean and Bell Play (carillion) by Benjamin Thorn were selected from the Australian ISCM Section's submission to the festival, while Daniel Blinkhorn's electroacoustic work Anthozoa was selected from the individual submissions. The program will also include a performance of a theatre work by Matthew Shlomowitz and Shila Anaraki, A to Zzzz. For more details, please see the festival website.
Program details for the ISCM World New Music Days 2013 in Slovakia and Austria (7-16 November 2013) will be announced in the coming weeks. See also: festival website.
Society for Contemporary Music ISCM (www.iscm.org)
ISCM World Music Days 2012, Belgium (www.worldmusicdays2012.be)
ISCM World New Music Days 2013, Slovakia & Australia (www.iscmwnmd2013.org/)
ISCM World New Music Days 2014, Poland (www.worldmusicdays2014.pl/en/start)
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