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Hannah Reardon-Smith

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Articles by and about Hannah Reardon-Smith

Gill, TQO and Grandison's concerto by Hannah Reardon-Smith

... The music was rich and satisfying for the most part, and made for involving and easy listening. With interesting and engaging melodies, playful rhythms and even a bit of something special – a uniquely crafted spirit perhaps – this is the kind of thing I’d like to stick in the CD player at the end of an emotional day and turn up loud...

Ba Da Boom Percussion with Richard Haynes by Hannah Reardon-Smith

Richard Haynes’s performing visits to his hometown of Brisbane are rare but always exciting. For this concert, he teamed up with Clocked Out percussionist Vanessa Tomlinson and ten of her students to perform a series of contemporary Australian and international works. 

Opera Queensland: Dirty Apple by Hannah Reardon-Smith

Dirty Apple, as part of the Queensland Music Festival of 2009, was an impressive project. With much of the cast, ensemble, and creative team made up of young and emerging artists (many still students), the production was remarkably professional. Up and coming talents seemed to be leaking out of the mortar in the Powerhouse Theatre’s brick interior.

The Girl with the Golden Flute: Sharon Bezaly with the ACO by Hannah Reardon-Smith

...The opening of Latvian composer Peteris Vasks' Vox amoris is pure magic - soft tremolo chords humming like a choir in an old movie; the soundtrack as a scene of wonder unfolds. The harmonies are sparse, but heavily perfumed with emotional impact. It is a moment of great beauty and depth...

Kupka's Piano in Darmstadt by Hannah Reardon-Smith

Brisbane new music ensemble Kupka’s Piano sent something of a reconnaissance team to the famous (or infamous) Darmstadt International Summer Course for New Music this year. Flautist Hannah Reardon-Smith reports on her impressions and experiences.