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Stephen Cronin : Represented Artist

Random Audio Sample: The Perihelion rag : arranged for two guitars by Stephen Cronin, from the CD Celebration


Photo of Stephen Cronin

Stephen Cronin, born in Brisbane, Australia in 1960, was educated at the University of Queensland and the University of London. He was appointed a faculty member at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University in 1986. The recipient of many prizes, he has received the prestigious Paul Lowin Award for his cycle, House Songs, settings of poems by New York poet Leon Waller and an Albert H. Maggs Award for his orchestral work, Cries and Whispers. His work reflects his interest in literary and narrative themes, and much of his vocal music is based on texts by New York poet, Leon Waller. In addition, he has written for diverse instrumental ensembles, including The Snake Pit, performed at the World Music Days in Zürich in 1991.

He is widely commissioned and has provided works at the invitation of leading Australian and overseas ensembles including the Duo Contemporain, Octomania, Perihelion Ensemble, Synergy, The Song Company, The Seymour Group and various orchestras.


Biography provided by the composer

Studied with

Colin Brumby

 

Collaborated with

Kevin Power

 

Awards & Prizes

Year Award Placing Awarded for
1991 Paul Lowin Song Cycle Prize Winner House songs
1991 Albert H Maggs Composition Award First Prize Cries and whispers

Selected Commissions

  Work Commission Details
Cribb island : soprano with ensemble Commissioned by the Southern Cross Soloists for performance in their 'Words and Music' series
Digital sheet music sample Apr├Ęs nuages : string orchestra (1995) Commissioned by Australian Music Centre.
Flux : for viola solo (1995) Commissioned for Patricia Pollett.
Simon of Cyrene carries the cross for Christ : aka bright and black blood (1993) Commissioned by Song Company.
Carmina Pu! : vocal sextet (1992) Commissioned by Song Company.
Aftermath! : brass band (1987) Commissioned by the Tasmanian Bands League as a contest piece.

Analysis & Media

- Program note: Carmina Pu!*

- Review: The Song Company 18 October 1992

- Review: Lament for A The Song Company 21 March 1993

- Program note: Bright and Black Blood

- Review: The Song Company Haunted Lullabies 2 October 1993

- Review: The Song Company Haunted Lullabies 2 October 1993

- Review: The Song Company Viewing 30 May 1999