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Articles by and about Danielle Carey
Editorial: A Tangled Web? New Music Online by Danielle Carey and Rhiannon Cook
Now is a pivotal time in Australian music history.
Joe Blog: Who Cares? by Danielle Carey and Rhiannon Cook
While compiling content for the current Journal Issue, editors Rhiannon Cook and Danielle Carey spent hours emailing each other in an effort to tease out issues relating to the documentation of new music. What is blogging? Why do we talk about music? What does this mean for the new music scene? This article is an edited version of a conversation about the art of blogging and its impact on communities.
MODART07 by Danielle Carey
For emerging composers, finding performers who are interested in performing new works – let alone your works - can be a nightmare...
2007 Classical Music Awards by Danielle Carey
The new music scene is buzzing with anticipation. In just under four weeks, composers, music educators, performers, arts administrators, and writers from across Australia will gather in Sydney to celebrate the thriving talent and artistic excellence in our community at the 2007 Classical Music Awards.
International Spotlight on Australian Composers by Danielle Carey
With technological advances making the world increasingly smaller, the international performance of Australian new music is flourishing. Composers – using online social networking tools – are connecting more easily with performers all over the globe, resulting in performances that otherwise might not have occurred.
Activism, New Music and a Strong Stomach to Deal With It by Danielle Carey
Pain, anguish and anger were the last things I expected to feel during the Sydney gigs of the Liquid Architecture Festival a few months back...
Telling It As It Is by Danielle Carey and Rhiannon Cook
A passionate advocate for new music, Richard Gill has built an international reputation for his work in creating opportunities for aspiring musicians, nurturing their abilities and presenting music to audiences in unique ways. Danielle Carey and Rhiannon Cook chat to Richard Gill about advocating new music and his role in its presentation...
Melbourne International Arts Festival by Danielle Carey
Spring, it seems, has come early this year. And along with warmer weather, pollen-infested air, and summery dresses, excitement abounds: it is the start of festival season!
New Music Celebrations! by Danielle Carey
One couldn’t help but notice the strong presence of outstanding percussionists amongst this year’s list of winners at the 2007 Classical Music Awards held last night at the Sydney Theatre, Walsh Bay...
The Missing Link by Danielle Carey
The Splinter Orchestra – an improvisation ensemble based in Sydney – has spent the last four years exploring large-scale collaborative music making. Danielle Carey chats to Jim Denley, a member of the group and one of Australia’s foremost improvisers, about aesthetics, anarchy and possible connections to improvisation groups of the ‘70s...
Resonate Journals edited by Danielle Carey
#1: A Tangled Web? New Music Online edited by Danielle Carey and Rhiannon Cook