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Articles by and about Emily Heylen
The Glass Percussion Project by Emily Heylen
The most beautiful aspect of the Adelaide Festival Centre's Artspace is the tall, floor-to-ceiling windows that complete one side of the room, opening the space to the blue summer sky. Watching the Glass Percussion Project playing blue pieces created by 25 local glass artists, the cerulean tones of inside and outside stand comfortably side by side...
The Firm: It's not Brain Surgery by Emily Heylen
'Being an old-fashioned anarchist, I think art should be free to anybody, and in any sane civilised state that would be the case. That would be my ideal, you'd just open the doors...', Raymond Chapman Smith, co-leader of The Firm, says.
The Firm may not quite have realised this democratic dream, but it's a quirky and wilful contemporary music organisation. It is driven mainly by the desire to present new works to its Adelaide audiences, but inspired equally by the poetic shape of the perfect program, by the need to provide opportunity to young musicians, and by the inclusive spirit of chamber music, breaking down barriers between audiences and performers.