21 April 2009
New represented artists at the AMC
37 composers and sound artists have joined the ranks of represented artists and associated artists at the Australian Music Centre following the completion of the latest round of applications last month. The AMC welcomes 15 new represented artists including, from Tasmania: Constantine Koukias; from South Australia: Charles Bodman Rae; from Victoria: Calvin Bowman, Taran Carter, Barry Cockcroft, Linda Kouvaras, Tomasz Spiewak, Paul Van Ross and Melita White; from NSW: Daniel Blinkhorn, Lee Bracegirdle, Jim Denley, Fiona Hill and Jo Truman; and expatriate artists Gordon Hamilton (Germany) and Kate Neal (UK).
New associate artists are, from the ACT: Michael Sollis; from WA Peter Allis; from Tasmania: Matthew Dewey and Simon Reade; from South Australia: Anne Cawrse, Grant Sheridan and Melisande Wright; from Victoria: Lorenzo Alvaro, Andrew Anderson, Lachlan Davidson, Karen Heath, Rae Howell, Kevin March and Sasha Stella; from NSW: Robert Ampt, Katia Beaugeais, Julian Day, Martin Kay and John Terry; and expatriate artist, Rachael Cogan (Macau). Look out for 37 new biographies and works as the composers upload their material at AMC Online over the coming weeks.
This round of applications brings the total number of represented and associate composers and sound artists to 541. More information about representation categories, benefits of representation and the application process can be found at: http://www.australianmusiccentre.com.au/about/representation
The closing date for the next round of applications is yet to be set. Composers or sound artists interested in making an application are encouraged to contact the AMC so that we can inform them about the closing date as soon as it has been confirmed.
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The Australian Music Centre connects people around the world to Australian composers and sound artists. By facilitating the performance, awareness and appreciation of music by these creative artists, it aims to increase their profile and the sustainability of their art form. Established in 1974, the AMC is now the leading provider of information, resources, materials and products relating to Australian new music.
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