David Chisholm : Associate Artist
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David Chisholm has an international practice defined through diverse and hybrid collaboration for which he has won six Green Room Awards, a French Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Award, a Highly Commended Paul Lowin Prize, a Mention at 36th Bourges International Competition of Electroacoustic Music and Electronic Art, a Special Mention in the X Media Forum, 31st International Film Festival in Moscow, the Medibank Private State and National Arts Awards and the National Young Achiever of the Year.
David's work has appeared at Venice Biennale, Villa Medici Roma, Edinburgh, Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne Festivals, Moscow Museum of Art, ISCM World New Music Days Sweden, MONA FOMA, Dansescenen Copenhagen, Monaco Dance Forum, Fonderie Kugler and has been performed by defunensemble, International Contemporary Ensemble, Ensemble Vortex, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Argonaut, Melbourne Youth Orchestra, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Golden Fur, Aria Co, Latitude 37, Silo String Quartet, Arco Symphonic Project, the Australian Ballet/ Sonic Art Ensemble.
David is founder, CEO and Artistic Director of the Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music. In 2014 he was an Associate Artist for Malthouse Theatre. David lectures and tutors at Monash Univiersty and tutors in orchestration at Melbourne University where he completing a PhD degree.
David is currently an Australia Council for the Arts Composer in Residence at HIAP in Helsinki, Finland.
David Chisholm — current to March 2017
Awards & Prizes
|2009||Paul Lowin Song Cycle Prize||Highly Commended||The Beginning & the end of the snow|
|Jonestown threnody : string orchestra||Commissioned by EMPAC (Experimental Media Performing Arts Center, New York) and BalletLab as a source work for MIRACLE.|
|The Beginning & the end of the snow : an epic song cycle for soprano & boutique orchestra (2007)||Written and premiered with the financial support of Arts Victoria, Australia Council, The Robert Salzer Foundation, Sidney Myer Fund, CIty of Melbourne and the Republique Française and Alliance Française.|