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Artist website: http://www.stuartgreenbaum.com
The Stuart Greenbaum sound has overt connections to jazz, pop and minimalism but the experience of listening to the music goes beyond these tangible influences.
Stuart Greenbaum (b. Melbourne 1966) studied composition with Brenton Broadstock and Barry Conyngham at the University of Melbourne, where he now holds a position as Senior Lecturer and Head of Composition (Parkville).
Nelson, a 3-act opera written with long-time collaborator, poet Ross Baglin, was premiered at the 2007 Castlemaine State Festival. Current commissions include a dramatic work, The Parrot Factory, for Victorian Opera, and a Piano Trio for NZ Trio as part of the 2009 Trans-Tasman Composer Project.
Greenbaum was a Featured Composer at the 2006 Aurora Festival in Western Sydney, Composer in Focus at the 2009 Bangalow Music Festival and Resident Composer at the 2009 Port Fairy Spring Festival of Music. He has won a number of awards, including the Dorian Le Gallienne Composition Award, the Heinz Harant Prize and the Albert H. Maggs Composition Award. 90 Minutes Circling the Earth won 'Orchestral Work of the Year' at the 2008 AMC/APRA Classical Music Awards. His most recent individual CD, Mercurial, was released in 2005.
Stuart Greenbaum — current to September 2009
Awards & Prizes
|2008||Classical Music Awards - Orchestral Work of the Year||Winner||90 minutes circling the earth : hymn to freedom|
|2001||Albert H Maggs Composition Award||First Prize||Sonata for alto saxophone and piano|
|1993||Dorian le Gallienne Composition Award||Recipient||Ice man|
|The gradual slowing of the Earth : concerto for organ and symphonic winds (2014)||Commissioned by City of Melbourne for performance by Royal Australian Air Force Band.|
||City lights, a mile up : for orchestra (2013)||Commissioned by HUSH Music Foundation for performance by Benjamin Northey, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.|
|Sonata for piano, 4 hands : piano duo (4 hands) (2013)||Commissioned by Liam Viney, Anna Grinberg.|
|Serenade : for cello and piano (2012)||Commissioned by Andrew Johnston for Stephanie Lillian Johnston’s 80th birthday|
|Dance music for concert halls : for clarinet, violin, cello and piano (2012)||Commissioned by Andrew Johnston for Stephanie Lillian Johnston’s 80th birthday|
|Variations : violin solo (2012)||Commissioned by Andrew Johnston for Stephanie Lillian Johnston’s 80th birthday|