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Random Audio Sample: Meshanitsa : for prepared piano, voice and electronics by Anthony Pateras, from the CD Mutant theatre
Articles by and about Robin Fox
Sounds Unusual – Is Unusual by Robin Fox
I was lucky enough to attend and perform at the opening event for the Sounds Unusual Festival in Alice Springs recently and was blown away by the location and the community of dedicated humans who worked together to create an extraordinary evening of sound, light and fire...
Orpheus Remix Awards by Australian Music Centre
When it comes to the notion of opera in Australia today, opinions are hugely diverse. For some, opera continues to hold its place as the ultimate form of musical expression; at the other end of the spectrum, it embodies the essence of music elitism...
Is It All Just Stuff? by Jonathan Marshall
When completing my undergraduate degree at Melbourne University, it often seemed as though I was living through an age of death. Modernism, painting, the novel, Communism – even history, according to some, had apparently ‘ended’ and all we were left with was the unfinished business of ‘real’ history, isolated to little pockets of backwardness, scattered about the globe. Today it seems that some people would now like to put the word ‘genre’ out in the boneyard along with everything else. . .
Configuring Music by Cat Hope
Cat Hope and Anthony Pateras like to talk about music because they are both classically trained performers and composers. They both make noise improvisation performances, as well as writing more academic ‘new music’, in amongst other things that make up the life of a contemporary musician/artist. In this conversation, Anthony Pateras talks about his way of creating music, and the limits of appreciation for new music in Australia.
NOWnow festival 2009 by Rosalind Appleby
NOWnow stands apart in Australia for its focus on improvised experimental music. The change in leadership and location over the past eight years means the festival is still of its time.
Team Music, Kite Music and Digger Music by Jon Rose
Wogarno Station is six hours from Perth on the Great Northern Highway – if you put your foot down. Our invitation was from Tos Mahoney for the Sounds Outback Festival; our mission was to realise three new interactive projects in as many days.
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.
Robin Fox at Sonica by Sophie Travers
Sophie Travers reports from Glasgow's Sonica Festival, where Robin Fox has recently completed a successful residency.
Creative Australia Fellowships to Cole, Ughetti, Fox by Australian Music Centre
Composer Amanda Cole, sound artist Robin Fox and percussionist and composer Eugene Ughetti are among the eleven Creative Australia Fellowship recipients, announced on Wednesday at the Melbourne Recital Centre. The Fellowships are the centrepiece of the Federal Government's Creative Australia grants initiative, delivered by the Australia Council, with $10 million going to individual artists over five years. The Fellowships consist of two categories: established artists (each valued at $100,000 over one year) and early career artists ($60,000 over two years).
Speak's winter: Barrett, Transducer and emerging artists by Joel Carnegie
Melbourne-based Speak Percussion's winter activities include another showing of Robin Fox and Eugene Ughetti's Transducer, a portrait concert of the British composer Richard Barrett, presented in collaboration with RMIT University's Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (SIAL), as well as an Emerging Artist Program involving Barrett as tutor. Joel Carnegie had a chat with Speak's Eugene Ughetti and Richard Barrett, who has sometimes been labelled as the thought leader of the 'new complexity' movement. The discussion started off with a debate about that very definition
2014 Art Music Awards - finalists by Australian Music Centre
APRA (Australasian Performing Right Association) and the Australian Music Centre are proud to announce the finalists for the 2014 Art Music Awards. Once again, the hard work by judging panels has produced a strong as well as varied list of finalists, with all the ingredients of an exciting awards night: established names as well as up-and-coming artists, women as well as men, intimate pieces as well as dramatic works requiring big forces and spacious venues, solo works and projects as well as collaborations.
Works by Robin Fox
Robin Fox is not an Australian Music Centre represented artist, however the following works can be found in our collection:
Conversations by Robin Fox, Steve Adam, Russell Goodwin, Peter Myers, Thomas Reiner and Philip Czaplowski