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Articles by and about Elision Ensemble
The Navigator at Melbourne International Festival by Anni Heino
I approached Liza Lim’s opera The Navigator with a certain amount of trepidation. This had to do with my slightly complex relationship with her earlier opera Yuè ling jié (Moon Spirit Feasting, 1999). It wasn’t the certain uncompromising nature of Lim’s compositional style, as I tend to feel that Lim’s work is yet another, convincing proof of the fact that an original voice makes all debates about audience accessibility seem irrelevant. . .
Elision Ensemble in London by Michael Hooper
Musicologist and performer Michael Hooper recently went to the Ricordi: Beyond 200 concert in London, and came out wanting to share his impressions with the rest of the world. Resonate publishes his thoughts on Liza Lim's music and Richard Haynes's virtuosity along with a number links to media coverage of Elision Ensemble's concert in London.
The Navigator in Moscow and Paris by Australian Music Centre
Liza Lim's and Patricia Sykes's opera The Navigator will receive its European premiere this week in Moscow, Russia, as part of the 8th Chekhov International Theatre Festival. Later in 2009, The Navigator will be performed in France as part of the Festival d'automne à Paris...
Elision in Session by Mark Viggiani
The ensemble Elision has been focussed internationally for most of its existence, having long moved beyond its humble beginnings at the Victorian College of the Arts in the late 1980s. A welcome and all too rare appearance here saw them present what was effectively two programs to a sympathetic and encouragingly sized audience.
Composer and performer notes June 2010 by Australian Music Centre
Our regular news bulletin from the composing/performing world.
Composer & performer news December 2011 by Australian Music Centre
Our news bulletin from the composing/performing world - featuring Christine McCombe, Ruth Lee Martin, Jonathan Little, Peter Knight, Mark Pollard, Kristian Ireland, Robin Fox, Paul Stanhope, and many others.
ELISION: nomads on an aesthetic journey by Louis Garrick
Established in Melbourne in 1986 but nowadays nomadic, new music ensemble ELISION has built a presence as one of the world's important voices in new music, and is featured regularly in major festivals and new music programs across the globe. The ensemble's aesthetic lies at the complex and virtuosic end of the contemporary classical spectrum, resolutely international in focus.
As part of a tour of three Australian cities, ELISION is currently in Adelaide, performs in Melbourne on 17 March before travelling to Sydney for two shows at Carriageworks.on 18-19 March. Carriageworks new music curator Louis Garrick interviewed ELISION's artistic director Daryl Buckley.
Works commissioned by Elision Ensemble
Works commissioned and written for Elision Ensemble
CDs, Books and Kits featuring Elision Ensemble
Video tape: Yuè lìng jié = Moon spirit feasting : a Chinese ritual street opera / by Liza Lim, composer and Beth Yahp, librettist ; presented by the ELISION Ensemble at the 2000 Telstra Adelaide Festival.
Events featuring Elision Ensemble
World premieres given by Elision Ensemble
where dust is in their mouths and clay is their food : for flugelhorn, trombone and percussion by Luke Paulding— 1 Feb 13 (National University of Singapore)
The source within : for piano soloist and three instrumental groups by Dominik Karski— 26 May 07 (Iwaki Auditorium, Melbourne, live broadcast on ABC Classic FM)
Motion + form : for percussion, harp and double bass by Dominik Karski— 22 Jan 05 (Iwaki Auditorium, ABC Centre, Melbourne)
Val Camonica pieces: Inventario : for 15 instruments by David Young— 1 Oct 99 (University of Queensland, Brisbane)
Val Camonica pieces: Sarcophagus : for string octet by David Young— 1 Oct 99 ( University of Queensland, Brisbane)
Ik(s)land[s] : archipelago for mezzo-soprano and six players by Chris Dench— 9 Jul 98 (Brisbane Courthouse)
Glimeren : for piccolo, guitar, celesta, violin and viola by Brendan Colbert— 17 Nov 91 (Festival di Musica Contemporanea, Bolzano, Italy.)
Mephisto, op. 41 : for flute (doubling alto flute), B flat clarinet, guitar, violin, viola, double bass by Andrew Schultz— 21 Aug 91 (Melba Hall, University of Melbourne)
Driftglass : for solo percussion and five amplified instruments by Chris Dench— 17 Mar 91 (Beckett Theatre, Melbourne)
Altered states (quartets: percussion, mandolin, guitar, harpsichord) by Brendan Colbert— 28 Aug 88 (Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne)
The Laird of Drumblair (septets: clarinet, percussion, mandolin, guitar, violin, viola, double bass) by Michael Barkl— 14 Feb 88 (Church of All Nations, Carlton Victoria)
Sanity in hell (quartets: marimba, violin, viola, double bass) by Rosalie Bonighton— 30 Jul 87 (La Trobe University, Melbourne)
Murderers of calm (septets: bass clarinet, percussion, mandolin, guitar, violin, viola, double bass) by Brendan Colbert— 12 Feb 87 (Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne.)
Phaselus : for percussion, violin, viola, bass clarinet, guitar, mandolin by Gordon Kerry— Aug 86 (Trinity College Chapel)