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Nicole Canham

This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Nicole Canham held in our catalogue.

Random Audio Sample: Phospheric variations : clarinet in B flat and piano by Paul Stanhope, from the CD year in Paris

Articles by and about Nicole Canham

Autumn New Music in Canberra by Lisa Moore and Nicole Canham

This May the Canberra International Music Festival (CIMF) offers a spectacular and adventurous autumn program featuring new works by 20 visiting composers performed by over 50 musicians in 30 concerts spread across the city for 12 days...

Editorial: Nothing happens in isolation by Nicole Canham

This edition of the Resonate Journal is occupied with notions of sense of place. Music is essentially ephemeral in nature – live performance exists in the moment in which it is created. It may be recorded or captured on film, but as an undertaking music is markedly different from something like visual art, for example. Working in an art form where things are focused around the moments of a performance, we can sometimes lose sight of the fact that everything we do is placing us somewhere on a map, or continuum of activity. Nothing that we do exists in isolation. It is all connected to something else, be it a person, an idea, a space, a geographical location.

Harnessing a place by Nicole Canham

Caroline Stacey is the Artistic Director/CEO of Canberra's The Street Theatre. Before coming to Canberra to give a new life to this slightly tired and largely forgotten theatre venue ('like an old laundry, with white walls and grey carpet'), she was responsible for reinvigorating the Castlemaine State Festival in Victoria. She is also one of Australia’s leading opera directors. Nicole Canham asked her about the role a physical location can take in art.

An interview with Robert Davidson by Nicole Canham

'There is something very Brisbane about Topology', claims Robert Davidson. In this short interview, he talks to Nicole Canham about how Topology came to be, and what it means to be an ensemble in residence at the Brisbane Powerhouse.

Polyopera - experimental opera in progress by Nicole Canham

Three weeks, three miniature epics in the realm of opera - this is Polyopera. A collaboration between artist collective Polyartistry and Opera Australia, the purpose of the project is to bring opera to new audiences and locations in Sydney. Get involved and have your own moment of opera stardom www.polyopera.com!

Insight: Bohemian Deconstruction by Drew Crawford

Drew Crawford writes about his mini-opera Bohemian Deconstruction, and the mixed bag of emotions and ideas evoked by the recent Polyopera project. This article is the latest instalment in our 'Insight' series, in which the AMC's represented artists take a close look at some aspect of their own work. Read also: Erik Griswold and Vanessa Tomlinson's 'Insight' article about Clocked Out's collaborative project Wake Up! and Gordon Kerry's article about his Symphony.

Resonate Journals edited by Nicole Canham

#4: Sense of Place edited by Nicole Canham

Works commissioned by Nicole Canham

Time flies when you're having fun by Drew Crawford

Works commissioned and written for Nicole Canham

twmp by Ian Blake

Two chorales by Peter Sculthorpe

World premieres given by Nicole Canham

Time flies when you're having fun : for tarogato and electronics by Drew Crawford— 8 Nov 12 (Q Studios, Australian Institute of Music)

Time flies when you're having fun : for tarogato and electronics by Drew Crawford— 31 Oct 12 (Composition Seminar, Australian Institute of Music, Sydney)

twmp : woodwind duo by Ian Blake— 16 Sep 10 (Salle Henri Selmer, 18, Rue de la Fontaine au Roi, Paris)

Moth eaten rag : for clarinet and piano by Elena Kats-Chernin— 15 May 10 (Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, Canberra International Music Festival, Canberra ACT)