This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Amy Bastow held in our catalogue.
Articles by and about Amy Bastow
The MODART diaries, part II by Amy Bastow
Amy Bastow continues our series of Modart diaries. The fourth edition of the Modart composer development initiative by AMC and The Song Company was set in motion in Sydney at the beginning of February.
Notes on Art - composers at AYO's National Music Camp by Kimberley Pearson
In January 2009, the 61st annual Australian Youth Orchestra’s National Music Camp convened at Adelaide’s Elder Conservatorium of Music, playing host to a vibrant community of 250 musicians, composers, arts administrators, music journalists and broadcasters. During two weeks of intensive musical activity, young composers Amy Bastow, Annie Hui-Hsin Hsieh, David Lang and Timothy Tate were asked to compose works based on an artwork currently on display at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
Kammerklang 2009 by Kimberley Pearson
Ten compositions (nine premieres) by seven Australian composers were performed in Kammerklang 2009, an eclectic concert which blended music and art. The aim to 'intrigue, tease and confuse the senses' was instantly achieved through the artworks on display in the foyer throughout the evening...
MODART 2009 by Rachel Orzech
It is not often that a composer has the opportunity to test out their ideas and receive extensive feedback on their work during the composition process, which can sometimes be a lonely business. MODART09 has allowed nine emerging composers to do exactly this. MODART is a biennial program which began in 2003 as an initiative of the Australian Music Centre and The Song Company. This year, seven young Australian composers were chosen to participate, as well as one from New Zealand and another from Hong Kong.
ASQ National Composers' Forum 2011 - participants and commissions by Australian Music Centre
The Australian String Quartet has received 33 compositions from emerging Australian composers in response to its call for submissions for the National Composers’ Forum on 12-14 August.
Works by Amy Bastow
Amy Bastow is not an Australian Music Centre represented artist, however the following works can be found in our collection:
Minimalism Isn't Dead... It's Just Sleeping by Amy Bastow
Lunatic Fringe by Amy Bastow
It's organic...with soy by Amy Bastow
Breathing through a hole by Amy Bastow