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Karin Schaupp

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Random Audio Sample: Arafura dances : concerto for guitar & string orchestra by Ross Edwards, from the CD White ghost dancing

Articles by and about Karin Schaupp

Australia Council Fellowships & Project Fellowships: Edwardes, Schaupp, Ford, Tomlinson... by Australian Music Centre

Percussionist and Ensemble Offspring artistic director Claire Edwardes has been awarded a two-year Fellowship by the Australia Council for the Arts, following a particularly competitive round of applications. Other new fellows are Karin Schaupp, Paul McDermott, and Matthew Robinson. Project Fellowships, intended for creative or developmental projects by mid-career and established artists, went to Chris Abrahams, Andrew Ford ...

World premieres given by Karin Schaupp

Concerto for guitar and chamber orchestra (guitar with chamber orchestra) by Philip Bracanin— (Brisbane)

Dervish (duos: guitar, percussion) by Gerard Brophy— 26 Oct 15 (City Recital Hall, Angel Place, Sydney)

Two Christmas carol arrangements : Silent night & Away in a manger by Richard Charlton— 22 Dec 14 (Brisbane Riverstage)

The Noonan-Schaupp song arrangements Vol 2 : song arrangements for 'Songs of the Southern Skies' by Richard Charlton— 4 Aug 12 (Australian Festival of Chamber Music in Townsville)

Southern Cross dreaming : a tremolo study for guitar by Richard Charlton— 1 Aug 12 (University of QLD)

Celtic circles : a fantasie by Richard Charlton— 29 Apr 11 (Brisbane Powerhouse Theatre, Brisbane)

The Noonan-Schaupp song arrangements Vol 1 : Songs of the British Isles (arranged) by Richard Charlton— 2011 (Performed on tour Aug/Sept 2011)

Kingfisher dances : guitar solo by Richard Charlton— 9 Sep 01 (2001 Tyalgum Festival, northern NSW)

Landscape : for guitar and string quartet by Robert Davidson— 2000 (Performed on Asian Tour and Sydney Festival 2000)