9 July 2012
Two free workshops with Liza Lim - reserve your place now
[Update 8 August - The Music of Liza Lim education resource is now available through the AMC Shop.]
Join us for two free 1-hour workshops with Liza Lim in Melbourne (8 August) and Sydney (10 August). These sessions focus on four works included in the AMC's new teacher resource kit The Music of Liza Lim, to be launched at the Melbourne workshop, hosted by the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. The workshops are aimed at teachers, university students, secondary sudents and people interested in the works of Liza Lim.
The kit, prepared by Kim Waldock and published with support from Huddersfield University (UK), contains scores, recordings, and educational notes for Songs found in dream; The Compass; Invisibility; and Pearl, Ochre, Hair String.
• Melbourne workshop: Wednesday 8 August at 5:30pm, Frank Tate Room (L915), Level 9, 100 Leicester St, University of Melbourne
• Sydney workshop: Friday 10 August at 5:30pm, the Australian Music Centre, Level 4, Arts Exchange, 10 Hickson Rd, The Rocks (for the Sydney workshop, Liza Lim will be joined by Kim Waldock)
> To reserve your place, please contact the AMC by 1 August, tel. (02) 9247 4677 or 1300 651 834 (toll free) or
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