28 April 2013
Jean Bogan Prizes to Isaacs, Pertout and Matias
The 2012 Jean Bogan Prize for Piano Composition has been awarded
jointly to Mark
Isaacs, for his work
Children's Songs (2011), and Andrián
Pertout, for his work
Luz Meridional - twenty-four etudes. Isaacs and Pertout
share the prize money of $8,000. The Jean Bogan Youth Prize
($1,500) for composers under 25 years went to Natalie Matias for
her Suite for Piano.
The winning works will be performed in the Newcastle Conservatorium concert hall on 5 September.
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